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Somewhere down the road of palmdale blvd.
I thought the sporadic rocky geological formations in the background were an interesting find. It’s always a wonder how these areas were formed so many million years ago.

Color series of views at the Devil’s Punchbowl Ca.
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SAMSUNG CSCWindow to the Sky

SAMSUNG CSCTaking in the epic view.

SAMSUNG CSCMaking big things looks small.

SAMSUNG CSCDry mossy rock

SAMSUNG CSCBig rocks and bright clouded sky.

SAMSUNG CSCStanding on a rock.

SAMSUNG CSCManzanita tree

SAMSUNG CSCRocky view and jet streak

SAMSUNG CSCCloud streaking: wide view.

SAMSUNG CSCA view for miles. From this point the city of Palmdale can be seen in near distance. In the far distance you could even see the Tehachapi windfarms and then all the way out to the mojave desert in the furthest of view.

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Some of the black & white scenes from my Saturday venture at the Devil’s Punchbowl.
The Angry Giants
The Angry Giants

Canyon view from high ground
View From the High Ground

Background and foreground contrasts
Background and Foreground Contrast

Rocks and trees
Rocks and Trees

Strange Mouths
Strange Mouths

See Through Peaks
See Through Peaks

Sky Views From Below
Sky Views From Below

Rocks and Trees II
Rocks and Trees II

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One of several interesting rock formations which can be found in the deep canyons of The Devil’s Punch Bowl near Wrightwood California.

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One of many holes and spaces in the rock formations at the Devil’s Punch Bowl in Pearblossom Ca.

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More views of bugs trapped within amber.

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A close look at an opal specimen from my gem collection. I used a flashlight at different angles to expose the different colors of fire within.

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A small specimen piece of Ethiopian opal from my collection.