© Miles Hecker
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This Navajo hogan is occupied by it’s tenants from the spring until the fall. It is located at the bottom of the trail to the White House Ruin.
The light in late afternoon when the sun is at it’s Spring or Autumnal equinox will cross light the hogan and make the tree beside it glow.
Mid to late afternoon works the best on a typical desert sunny day.
LENS & FILTERS
LENS: 28-70mm for 35mm camera, 17-40mm for crop sensor cameras
FILTERS: A warming polarizer can be helpful.
Slide films: Velvia 100F or Kodak E100SW
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