Pincer Moon

Hammond Raffetto Art

$950.00 Sale price

Based on TPE projections, I headed to Mono Lake to stay overnight and catch what would hopefully be a lovely sunrise. I left early enough so that I could arrive in time for sunset as well, just in case it turned out to be better than predicted. But on the way to ML, I got stuck behind some slow-moving trucks that cost me about twenty minutes. As I headed from the overlook down into the basin, I feared I would miss the light, though the few clouds offered me the modest consolation that perhaps I wasn't missing much. I headed straight to a spot from which I had wanted to shoot before. I was shooting with a brand new back, which was still sorting buggy firmware, and I had not gotten as familiar with it as I would have liked. Hustling down to the shore from the parking area, I arrived just as the sun dipped beneath the Eastern Sierras. I set up my tripod as quickly as possible, estimated my light and captured this image as the clouds reached out to swallow the light beneath an indifferent moon.

A note about the media: As with all our artwork, we offer this piece in the medium or media we feel is best suited for its emotional connection. We generally find that most colors and details are most vividly conveyed through our Radiant finish. It's more brilliant and detailed than either acrylic or metal. 

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Regular price $950.00

Based on TPE projections, I headed to Mono Lake to stay overnight and catch what would hopefully be a lovely sunrise. I left early enough so that I could arrive in time for sunset as well, just in case it turned out to be better than predicted. But on the way to ML, I got stuck behind some slow-moving trucks that cost me about twenty minutes. As I headed from the overlook down into the basin, I feared I would miss the light, though the few clouds offered me the modest consolation that perhaps I wasn't missing much. I headed straight to a spot from which I had wanted to shoot before. I was shooting with a brand new back, which was still sorting buggy firmware, and I had not gotten as familiar with it as I would have liked. Hustling down to the shore from the parking area, I arrived just as the sun dipped beneath the Eastern Sierras. I set up my tripod as quickly as possible, estimated my light and captured this image as the clouds reached out to swallow the light beneath an indifferent moon.

A note about the media: As with all our artwork, we offer this piece in the medium or media we feel is best suited for its emotional connection. We generally find that most colors and details are most vividly conveyed through our Radiant finish. It's more brilliant and detailed than either acrylic or metal.