Photographing Long Dong Silver in Utah
In this video, I visit and photograph Long Dong Silver in Utah. It's a massive monolith surrounded by landscape that is out of this world. Be sure to watch and check out the final image!
I couldn’t believe what was in front of me the first time I laid eyes on it. It was so beautiful, and big, and … long! Of course I’m talking about Long Dong Silver in Utah. This needle shaped monolith and its surrounding landscape was something out of this world.
In this video I show you the landscape, how I composed the image, and of course the final reveal! And don’t mind my shirt buttoned all the way up… I might have spilled my dinner on my undershirt and we don’t need to see that. I’m quite amused by this experience: I am bisexual, it’s Pride month, I captured a rainbow sun flair and to top it off, the name “Long Dong Silver” just makes me chuckle.
Anyways, Happy Pride to my LGBTQIA+ family and I hope you enjoy this video.
• Leica SL2
• Leica Super-Vario-Elmar-SL 16-35mm
• Gitzo Traveler Tripod
• Really Right Stuff (RRS) B-55 Ball head
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