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Balancing Rock
Photo By Michael Bennett

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Photographer: Michael Bennett

Photo Details

  • Title: Balancing Rock
  • State/Province/Region (required): Utah
  • Country (required): United States
  • Nearest Area: Arches National Park
  • Nearest Town: Moab
  • Description: This image was captured of Balancing Rock in Arches National Park. This shot was taken in early morning with the Milky Way moving along the horizon. It was a 30 second exposure with ISO 3200. This is a single image.
  • Brief Directions: From Salt Lake City, Utah Merge onto I-15 S/​I-80 E via the ramp to Las Vegas/​Cheyenne 2.7 mi Slight left onto I-15 S 46.9 mi Take exit 258 to merge onto US-6 E toward Price/​Manti/​US-89 E 5.3 mi Continue straight onto US-6 E/​US-89 S Continue to follow US-6 E 123 mi Take the ramp onto I-70 E 23.6 mi Take exit 182 for US-191 S toward Crescent Jct/​Moab 0.4 mi Turn right onto US-191 S 26.9 mi Turn left toward Arches Entrance Rd 0.7 mi Continue straight onto Arches Entrance Rd
  • Notes: Practice practice practice. Using speed flashes and flashlights on this monument gave it an artificial appearance, and a silhouette shot seemed most appropriate.
  • Best Season: Spring
  • Gear: Nikon D800, Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8, Gitzo tripod

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