I guess I didn’t finish my homework when I was in Nevada. I drove towards, around and along side this mountain range for four days without bothering to learn anything about it. Not like me.
The Toiyabe Range is the second longest range in the state of Nevada, stretching about 120 miles, north to south. Its highest peak is Dome Peak at the southern end of the range. It rises to about 11,000 feet.
I stopped and shot this imposing geological barrier a few times. This one on my way to Manhattan and Belmont, my second day of shooting the area.
The dancing clouds made me pull over.
Perfect scene for B&W, well done
Mike said it perfectly.