It can be difficult to capture a unique composition of a subject that is photographed frequently. Arriving very late in the day at Monument Valley, the light was just about to slip away. I was overwhelmed by the scale of these immense landscape features, which are in fact, several hundred yards away. Tilting the camera down to capture the shrub in the foreground, my eye is lead up to the mittens. My hope was to convey the massive scale, (so alien to me) of this great western landscape.