Sunrise in the Mono Basin, over a period of 15 weeks from late June to early October, 2011. This solargraph was taken with a home-made 1-quart paint can solargraphy pinhole camera. It was attached to an old cottonwood tree on the west side of Dechambeau Ranch. The view here is of the sun rising in the east, behind the buildings and tall Lombardy poplar trees of the old ranch. (Night views of the same place: here.)
The camera and the lower right part of its very wide field of view.
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