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Lyk it wish I'll be in California!
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Remote Ruins in Death Valley

People often confuse the word "remote" for secret or hidden. Remote has a little more to do with how far away a person would be from services of accommodations, convenience stores and gas stations. So just how remote is this? Not that remote but you could find a little bit of paradise for a desert rat nearby....

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Killer Steve. Loving the cool palette here. Looks like a rad spot to shoot!
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Tucki Mountain Ridgeline and Death Valley Buttes

This a telephoto compressed view so the DV Buttes appear much closer then really are.  If you take closer look you'll see the road from Stonvepipe Wells to Furnace Creek.  In the foreground is a beautiful ridgeline above the Tucki Wash.  The photograph was taken a few years ago, not this morning ;)   
#mountainmonday #deathvalley #deathvalleynationalpark #californiadesert #californiaphotography

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A very rare and special image ofcourse. Thanks Steve, good work...
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1st one down on the 160 footer at Bonita Falls near Lytle Creek in Southern California
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Steve, i love your courage. Its adventure indeed.
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Arch on the Ledge at Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada

A beautiful wind sculpted arch with a landscape view of the Valley of Fire. I'll call this a new arch since it's not in any of the guide books. Scooted across a precarious ledge with a pair of sticky shoes to get underneath the arch for a better view. I've got a few more shots of other arches not in any of the guide books that I'll share in the future...

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#valleyoffire #ValleyofFire #valleyoffirestatepark #mojavedesert #fuckinghashtag #offthebeatenpath #TheNewLandscape   #southwest  
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Excellent capture. Amazing how the wind can shape the rocks and show so many layers.
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Great aritcle on protecting sand dunes in California - http://www.desertreport.org/?p=1066

Anyone that visits a less traveled dune system and shouts it's name from the roof tops should read this.  You'll learn something!!
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COOL I LOVE FLOWERS,



****@** LEMUEL~@,*
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Brothers: Steve Sieren and John Sieren

Could you imagine having 2 babies back to back, we're 9 months apart.  It's as close to twins as you can get.  There's a term for it, Irish Twins.  While kids we were kids we were very close but we physically fought each other almost once a day.  Call it hill billy or redneck but we were always close at the end of the day.  We were both really into art as kids until one day he was diagnosed with Schizophrenia shortly after we got out of high school.  Such a bad topic for families to deal with.   Levels of Schizophrenia can vary from high to low and often spike at times.  It's a disability that is hard to deal with.  The Movie "A Beautiful Mind" is a good example, so is The Soloist with Jamie Foxx of how a mind is altered by this condition.  We are proud he hasn't decided to cut off any contact with the family.  My dad lives close to him near the Tahoe / Reno Area and visits with him regularly.  I also visit as much as I can, you can tell by my portfolio of work because most of it originates somewhere between Los Angeles and the Lake Tahoe Area.  He is and always will be a good brother to me.  

For any families dealing with Schizophrenia during the holidays hang in there and do your best to keep your loved ones connected.  Schizophrenia is out there more then you may expect, 4 out of 5 the groomsmen in my wedding party had a relative with this condition. Life isn't always perfect but we make the best of it!!

This photograph was taken on the Truckee River just north of Tahoe on the California side in 2005.
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I am an Irish Twin too! My sister and I are 11 months apart. You rarely hear anyone use this term. 
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California based Pro Landscape & Architectural Photographer specializing in dramatic photography. "Everyone has their bad moments, but the good moments always out number the bad; with a good attitude, you can always make something out of nothing!"
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Hi Everyone at G+, I look forward to getting to know you.

If you're into the wonderful Eastern Sierra, I've got a great community you may love to join!

https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/109125732284543127546

See you out in the field or on the screen!  Cheers!

Proud owner of these sites:

www.PhotographDeathValley.com

www.MojaveDesertPhoto.com

www.EasternSierraPhoto.com


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Steve Sieren is a Southern California (United States) based professional Landscape and Architectural Photographer living in the outskirts of Los Angeles. His interest for the sanctuary of the wilderness began at an early age and soon developed into a diehard passion for landscape photography. Exploring some of the lesser known or more remote areas led to work in advertising, publishing, conservation and environmental efforts. His photography has been used in the fight to keep the 8,000 acres of Montana De Oro State Park off the giant State Park closure list in 2008.

You can find his work displayed in National Park visitor centers, California State Park Foundation Headquarters, local art gallery shows, restaurants and scenic calendars. Steve services clients such as Tamron Co., Outdoor Photographer, Photographer Magazine and many others. Steve has also been published many times for highly sought architectural work. 

Steve is currently working on his first couple book projects. Steve enjoys leading photography workshops in California’s wild mountain, deserts, rugged coastlines and rolling oak hillsides. His workshop participants have mentioned that his patience, an open mind and heart opens the door for a simple learning process and a memorable experience. Spending time in the landscape and letting it capture him is where the emotional connection comes from. Working a camera has become second nature so his creative vision guides him through the image creation process.

Steve believes “everyone has their bad moments, but the good moments always out number the bad; with a good attitude, you can always make something out of nothing.”

Sponsored by Mpix, Nik software and OP Tech USA

Steve's looks foward to bringing new inspiration to the G+ community!

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Published full pages in Outdoor Photographer Magazine on numerous occasions. Mpix.com Ambassador
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