Palo Duro Canyon
Over the weekend, Wild Dave and I decided to travel to Palo Duro Canyon to paint the lighthouse rock formation at night with a spotlight. This was the moment of confirmation: Texas winds = El Diablo. We hiked three miles with all of our camera gear during the day, yet we were not prepared for the high winds while perched on top of one of the highest elevations in the canyon at night. However, we ended up with some fantastic shots! After shooting several long exposures, we hiked back after midnight. Luckily, the moonlight was bright enough to light our way without the use of headlamps.