Adam Merrifield made the most of our recent workshop in Joshua Tree. He came away with more than a few hero shots and a set of related images to support them.
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At the Palm Spring Photo Festival I took my workshop out for two very long days on location at the Salton Sea and Joshua Tree National Park. Joshua Tree National Park is magical. The park is named after the unusual trees found in abundance there; they’re actually lilies. Imagine them blooming; they do that soon. The rock formations are organically suggestive. It’s a landscape that looks like it was drawn by Dr Seuss.
There are a number of great locations to photograph in the park. Here’s a ranking of many of the locations to photograph there (moving north to south). (Ranks are on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being best.)
4 Quail Springs
9 Hidden Valley
6 Keyes Point
6 Cap Rock
4 Ryan Ranch
7 Jumbo Rocks
8 Skull Rock
5 Live Oak
5 Split Rock
8 White Tank
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