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Wind Wolves:  Plateaus, Ravines, and Canyons by Wayne Wong on Capture Kern County // The plateaus and deep furrows characteristic of the Wind Wolves landscape are sometimes hidden by line of sight.  This scene shows a plateau and the hidden canyons in the furrows.

Wind Wolves: Plateaus, Ravines, and Canyons by Wayne Wong on Capture Kern County // The plateaus and deep furrows characteristic of the Wind Wolves landscape are sometimes hidden by line of sight. This scene shows a plateau and the hidden canyons in the furrows.

Wind Wolves:  A New Day Dawning by Wayne Wong on Capture Kern County // This was one of the first shots of the dawn before our first stop of the Sunrise to Sunset shoot on April 27, 2013.

Wind Wolves: A New Day Dawning by Wayne Wong on Capture Kern County // This was one of the first shots of the dawn before our first stop of the Sunrise to Sunset shoot on April 27, 2013.

Wind Wolves: Shadow Dancing in the Afternoon Sun by Wayne Wong on Capture Kern County // This backlit poppy teased me with irresistible beauty, its interior structures fascinating me through its golden petals.  Adorned with a brilliant glow, it embraced me, and we danced together with abandon, pirouetting adroitly within verdant  waves of gorgeous greenery, luxuriating in the warm afternoon sun.

Wind Wolves: Shadow Dancing in the Afternoon Sun by Wayne Wong on Capture Kern County // This backlit poppy teased me with irresistible beauty, its interior structures fascinating me through its golden petals. Adorned with a brilliant glow, it embraced me, and we danced together with abandon, pirouetting adroitly within verdant waves of gorgeous greenery, luxuriating in the warm afternoon sun.

Wind Wolves:  Early Morning Ephemera by Wayne Wong on Capture Kern County // Looking from the first stop of our sunrise to sunset adventure, Clendenenland at 5000 feet was clear, but a cloudy haze clouded the lower elevations; while tall highlands were clearly outlined in the dawning light, the shifting wisps of vapor tantalized the eyes with evanescent hints of the land below.

Wind Wolves: Early Morning Ephemera by Wayne Wong on Capture Kern County // Looking from the first stop of our sunrise to sunset adventure, Clendenenland at 5000 feet was clear, but a cloudy haze clouded the lower elevations; while tall highlands were clearly outlined in the dawning light, the shifting wisps of vapor tantalized the eyes with evanescent hints of the land below.

Wind  Wolves: Sprint to the Finish Line Side Shot by Wayne Wong on Capture Kern County // This capture shows why we were sprinting to the shoot site...it would be a photo finish; we would arrive and barely have enough time to shoot the finale sunset shot.  You can see the view of our vehicle in the side view mirror.

Wind Wolves: Sprint to the Finish Line Side Shot by Wayne Wong on Capture Kern County // This capture shows why we were sprinting to the shoot site...it would be a photo finish; we would arrive and barely have enough time to shoot the finale sunset shot. You can see the view of our vehicle in the side view mirror.

Morning Has Broken by Wayne Wong on Capture Kern County // A totally stunning sunrise to sunset adventure spent with Steve Rengers and Jim Burrow, led by our host, David Clendenen!  Our first stop was at the far eastern end of Wind Wolves Preserve.   The joy of shooting in Wind Wolves in restricted areas....how much beauty can one take?   We four had such favor and opportunity as to shoot our hearts out to capture landscapes that few have ever seen or imagined.

Morning Has Broken by Wayne Wong on Capture Kern County // A totally stunning sunrise to sunset adventure spent with Steve Rengers and Jim Burrow, led by our host, David Clendenen! Our first stop was at the far eastern end of Wind Wolves Preserve. The joy of shooting in Wind Wolves in restricted areas....how much beauty can one take? We four had such favor and opportunity as to shoot our hearts out to capture landscapes that few have ever seen or imagined.

Wind Wolves:  Oak in Monochrome by Wayne Wong on Capture Kern County // Captured this out the side window as we approached the old house and barn on our sunrise to sunset  adventure at Wind Wolves.

Wind Wolves: Oak in Monochrome by Wayne Wong on Capture Kern County // Captured this out the side window as we approached the old house and barn on our sunrise to sunset adventure at Wind Wolves.

Wind Wolves:  Oaks at Sunrise Shine as Moonset Takes Second Fiddle Seat by Wayne Wong on Capture Kern County // The  daily exchange between day and night  sometimes the sun and the moon contending for first chair.  They are rivals, but one needs the other, and sometimes end up switching chairs as the challenge for first chair continues.  The moral of the story, is that the leader must have first learned to be a servant.

Wind Wolves: Oaks at Sunrise Shine as Moonset Takes Second Fiddle Seat by Wayne Wong on Capture Kern County // The daily exchange between day and night sometimes the sun and the moon contending for first chair. They are rivals, but one needs the other, and sometimes end up switching chairs as the challenge for first chair continues. The moral of the story, is that the leader must have first learned to be a servant.

Wind Wolves: Sunrise over Lebec by Wayne Wong on Capture Kern County // The sun rose quickly, and by the time the obscuring foliage cleared, the sun's disk had risen up significantly in just a minute or so.  However, this shot does capture the rays and diffraction image "through" the mountain.  Full size image on Flickr

Wind Wolves: Sunrise over Lebec by Wayne Wong on Capture Kern County // The sun rose quickly, and by the time the obscuring foliage cleared, the sun's disk had risen up significantly in just a minute or so. However, this shot does capture the rays and diffraction image "through" the mountain. Full size image on Flickr

WInd Wolves: Sloping Highlands and a Lone Tree by Wayne Wong on Capture Kern County // The topography of Wind Wolves makes it time consuming to traverse on an east-west line, due to the numerous canyons and ridges that  punctuate the area.  These features give a variety of interesting vistas and interplay of light and shadow.  That is because the light changes so fast, you cannot move fast enough to preclude the diurnal trajectory from changing the landscape right before your eyes.

WInd Wolves: Sloping Highlands and a Lone Tree by Wayne Wong on Capture Kern County // The topography of Wind Wolves makes it time consuming to traverse on an east-west line, due to the numerous canyons and ridges that punctuate the area. These features give a variety of interesting vistas and interplay of light and shadow. That is because the light changes so fast, you cannot move fast enough to preclude the diurnal trajectory from changing the landscape right before your eyes.

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