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Harrisburg was once a town, close to St. George, Utah. There are a number of old buildings, or at least remnants of them, and many geological features in the area.

This February morning the air was exceptionally clear, and found an interesting way to setup the camera where another old homestead was visable through the hole (not the window) in the wall.

I chose a low camera angle using vertical offset to keep perspective, and tried to draw as much of the near far relationship as the composition would allow.

Exposure was balanced to not overexpose the sky, the gradient of the polarizer is shown, and keep saturation in the forground detail, and show the natural bridge in the rock wall behind.

I would love to photograph this with more of a dramatic sky, but in this area, morning light is required, and big huge southern Utah clouds normally don't form until afternoon.

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