I set up my tripod and waited until the morning sun hit the rock full-on. In the foreground are bands of vegetation and cottonwood trees that grow along the San Rafael River. This combination of improbable colors and light is not uncommon in the Swell, that is, if you’re patient and lucky enough to be there when it happens.
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