For the latest in my series of
Unprocessed Sunday images, I look through my catalog of Joshua Tree National Park photographs. Silly Thermometer Readings
When I am in Joshua Tree, I have often found myself photographing my dash, particularly when it is cold. Here are 3 one I found, just for fun.
Waiting For Snow Playing In The Snow is a photograph by T.M. Schultze taken 2016 at Joshua Tree National Park, California
24 Degrees In Joshua Tree is a photograph by T.M. Schultze taken 2015 at Joshua Tree National Park, California
23 Degrees In Joshua Tree is a photograph by T.M. Schultze taken 2016 at Joshua Tree National Park, California
New Old Images From Joshua Tree National Park
2009: JT66 – Beautiful pre-sunrise December morning in Joshua Tree’s Cholla Garden, with soft clouds in the distance above the Eagle Mountains. This was a 2-shot image to get the dynamic range needed.
2017: JT – Light and shadow in the Jumbo Rocks area of Joshua Tree National Park
2015: JT47 – One last photograph from the lunar eclipse as the Moon was coming out of Earth’s shadow.
2007: ME46 – I was doing cloud photographs early on. This is a photograph of twilight clouds and a small plane contrail taken from the park.
2014: JT37 – Rocks and the Milky Way in the White Tank/Arch Rock area. Clouds are lit up by light pollution.
2019: JT114 – Rock details on a hill in the Cottonwood Springs.
2015: JT53 – Fun night image of rock climbers going up and down Headstone Rock in the Ryan Ranch region.
2012: JT42 – Rock Piles at night in the Jumbo Rocks area.
2017: JT92 – Sunrise looking East from the Jumbo Rocks area.
2016: JT68 – One of the Twin Tanks after a rainstorm.
2018: JT106 – Beautiful sunset in the Southern section near Cottonwood Springs. Further Viewing
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T.M. Schultze is a San Diego-based photographer, traveller, and writer. He writes, photographs, and draws things of the outdoors that have inspired humans for thousands of years. He co-authored the
Photographer’s Guide to Joshua Tree Park which can be purchased here.