Landscape photography comes in many forms: mountains, oceans, deserts. You can think of as many types of landscapes as there are people to think of them. I love this view of the far-off horizon over the Great Salt Lake just north of Salt Lake City. The lake was at a low point, so you can see a lot of eddies and sandbars. The distant mountains and wispy clouds add interest and create a sense of vastness.
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