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Monument Valley Alpenglow

I went to Monument Valley Tribal Park on a multi-day storm chasing trip. The afternoon was cloudy, dull and gray, so I snapped a few obligatory “record shots” and hung out on the hotel’s terrace for a while enjoying the view. As the day waned, I packed my gear up, but instead of immediately going to the truck and leaving, I decided to splurge and spend the night at the hotel. I had been on the road for days at that point. At the desk, I was informed that their computer system was down, so they couldn’t even assign me a room key. I decided to wait a little while in case the system came back online. Ten minutes later, by the time I would have been far down the road had I left, the sun exploded through the thin sliver of space between clouds and horizon and ignited the towers in vivid orange. I raced back out to the terrace, set up and got as many shots as I could before the sky darkened four minutes later.