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Taken during July’s full moon this night photograph pictures twilight and moonrise sharing the Saskatchewan sky. The eye is led by moonlight and ambient twilight glow through the clay formations that make up a small portion of a local bad-land area. I really enjoy photographing clay during twilight as it reflects the colours going on in the sky.
I first came across this unique area last year while scouting the area for workshop possibilities. I was blown away by how unique the area was with hills rising up out of flat prairie cropland. While hiking through last year I found endless compositions and decided to make this an area that I wanted to explore often. And only an hour from home makes it the perfect location to get out to when conditions are just right.