Little Landscapes #7
Cathedral Gorge, Nevada
This is the most close-up photo I took at Cathedral Gorge and kind of proves the point I was making in yesterday’s post about the effect of granularity on the ability to produce similar patterns at decreasing scale. The width of ground covered across this photo is about 24″. What I could imagine to be sun shining on sagebrush on a canyon slope is really sun shining on frost crystals that had formed overnight on some quite granular sandy soil.