I spent the better part of last week in Arizona on a work trip, but one of the very last things I did before I got on a plane to fly to Phoenix was to export some interior architecture shots for a client that I made back in 2009. When I was looking through my Lightroom catalog at images I made at roughly the same time as those shots, I discovered this image of a sunset I shot near Tucson, AZ.
My first reaction when I saw this shot was wow, I really like that image. The second thing I wondered about is why it didn’t “make the cut” when I shot it almost 4 years ago. I honestly don’t know the answer to that one, perhaps it simply fell through the cracks.
This image was captured with my old Nikon D200 camera with a 18-200mm lens. That combination served me very well and I had such an emotional attachment to that D200 that it was converted to infrared and I still shoot it today.