This photograph was shot in Denali National Park, Alaska. This pond was the only one with these white flowers, cotton grass, blooming along its edge. Throughout my week long stay in Denali I would pass by this pond and contemplate what composition I would like to try. Late one night after shooting a sunset Jeff Mitchum and I decided to take a look at the pond before the moon came up. I thought the refection of the moon on the pond would be a nice added dimension to the white flowers, colorful hills and mountain tops in the far distant. Even though this photo looks like it was shot during the day, it was actually pitch black at night until the moon arose. The long exposure I took created a "Mystical" feel for the image and gave it its blueish elements. I also like the fact that you really can't tell this is Denali National Park. Which was an aspect I was looking for.




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The Fine Art Landscape Photography of Jaysun McMillin