Vasquez Rocks, in Agua Dulce, CA, has been used as a backdrop for movies for over a hundred years. A few years ago, I drove for 2.5 hours to get there just before sunset so that I could try my hand at "Ghost Photography" (not photographing ghosts, but photographing myself using a tripod and the creative use of a flash). Upon my arrival, I was told by the Park Ranger that the park closed at sunset, and I would absolutely not be allowed inside after dark. So, I spent 20 minutes there, and drove for 2.5 hours to get home! I went back there again today, after many years, and arrived at midday, which is obviously not the best time for shooting video, and took a few minutes of video which I later quickly threw together into this.
The camera is a Canon XH-A1 and WD-H72 Wide Angle Adapter. This outing was also used as a test of the Panalook 2 preset available on the DVInfo.net website.
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