Doug Beezley Photography | Northern Arizona - Southern Utah - March/April 2016 | Sunset at Stud Horse Point

Sunset at Stud Horse Point
Sunset at Stud Horse Point
Looking east from the top of Stud Horse Point is a close, unnamed mountain with Navajo Mountain on the horizon. Navajo Mountain is the highest point in the Navajo Nation and it is forbidden to be climbed.

The pink band above the blue on the horizon is called the "Belt of Venus". The Belt of Venus can occur at both sunrise and sunset and is characterized by the pink band of light in the sky directly above the dark blue band which is actually the earth's shadow. The pinkish color is caused by a scattering of the red light particles present at sunrise and sunset.
View Slideshow

Camera Maker:   
Camera Model:   
Shutter Speed:   
Focal Length:   
ISO Sensitivity:   
Time Taken:   
Exposure Compensation:   
Metering Mode:   
Flash Fired:   

RSS RSS Feed | Archive View | Powered by zenphoto