It is about time for me to put out all the pictures that I have taken last year from Joshua Tree National Park. Well, considering that I am headed out there today to take new ones, it is time.
All these fields of Joshua Trees offer different views. It made my head turn left and right, and it is quite hard to keep my focus. There are so many things to photograph, and in so many different ways! Regardless of how hot it was, I sure did not mind as long as my camera has a battery, then I'm good to go!
The day started with clear skies, but as the day goes by it started to become gloomy. Towards midday, it started to clear up again. Regardless of the lighting condition, the park does ask to be photographed.
We went to the park with really no plans. Not really knowing which sites to photograph either, and that is a problem. To make the most out of your time, plan ahead as to what you want to photograph at what time of the day. Map it out and know where it is close to. It is a big park and it can be challenging to find the famous spots.
There are plenty of plants around and I wish that I knew which is which. Nonetheless, they are awesome for photography.
Aside from plants and Joshua Trees, there are plenty of rock formations. This one honestly looks unstable and could fall any minute, but no. It is very much stable and you can even climb it.
The moment I stepped out of my car, I understood why photographers come here all the time. There are countless possibilities for how you can photograph something here. Also, the park is open day and night and it is perfect for one to experience night photography.