By Ted Grussing
… it’s that time of year again when booming and invisible thermals are not sweeping across the runway in the evening … unseen because there is no dust to mark them. The smoke is very much present, but shooting down light from the light source you do not see as much particulate material (smoke particles) in the air and by flying relatively close to the rocks there isn’t all that much smoke to shoot through. So, combine all these factors and you get photos like this. There is only about a ten minute window to get the best light … before that you do not get the saturated colors and after that Mingus Mountain as well as thee local rocks shut off the light and Sedona goes all into shade and darkness.
A new week is here … enjoy the days and the blessings which are granted to each of us every day.
A bird flies through the sky, and I fly with it. I am each pearl of moisture sparkling in the sun.
I lie lazy on the clouds. And I acknowledge my kinship with each winged thing.
I see all as one, and nothing repels me, as this new day climbs noiselessly out of the valley of the night.
Peace lies over the world and over the world of my soul.
— Max Ehrmann
The easiest way to reach Mr. Grussing is by email: email@example.com
In addition to sales of photographs already taken Ted does special shoots for patrons on request and also does air-to-air photography for those who want photographs of their airplanes in flight. All special photographic sessions are billed on an hourly basis.
Ted also does one-on-one workshops for those interested in learning the techniques he uses. By special arrangement Ted will do one-on-one aerial photography workshops which will include actual photo sessions in the air.
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