Laurent Baig – The Wild Light

September 3, 2009

Little Wild Horse Tank

Filed under: Arizona, Around Tucson, Photography — Laurent @ 8:08 pm

 

Little Wild Horse Tank, Saguaro National Park, Arizona

Little Wild Horse Tank, Saguaro National Park, Arizona

 

Sometimes it takes me a little while to get to my 4x5s.  For one reason or another, I didn’t bother scanning this image from summer 2008 until a few weeks ago.  I didn’t much care for it in color (the image was made on Provia), so I converted it to monochrome and I like it much better this way.

Little wild horse tank is a small rivulet that runs off the west side of the Rincon mountains just east of Tucson. The entire Rincon mountain range is protected in the Saguaro National Park, Rincon mountain district – also known as Saguaro east side.  It’s a great hike for an early summer morning…as long as you get back to the car before it gets too hot!

You are reading a blog posting from the photographer Laurent Baig. Feel the wilderness experience.

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4 Comments »

  1. This picture captures the beauty of the Sonora Desert. The rocky, hilly terrain with unforgiving prickly vegetation selfishly surrounding a water source is what I envision as my desert.

    Yes it’s dry, hot, and sucks when I compare it to up North, but I like the solitude and interesting people that live here.

    Comment by Nelson — September 3, 2009 @ 11:19 pm

  2. That is sweet Laurent – love the textures in this image!

    Comment by Ron Niebrugge — September 4, 2009 @ 10:02 am


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