Dear lord mother of god! doesn't make any sense i know... But dang, that shot is awesome... Seriously can't find anything to criticize photography wise... but it would look nicer without the spoiler, the car, okay out of subject... Wicked man, just wicked.
one of my top ten faves out of your gallery! a point i want to make here: you would be an awesome landscape and nature scenery photographer as well! do you make some shots just of the environment without cars too? it would be superb...
I actually take plenty of landscape photos on the side whenever I visit other states for work. I just always have more pressing things to attend to when I return, and never edit or share the photos in the end. I need a month or two to scroll through the last two years of candid photography and drop a whole new album on my sub-account, [link]
Man, this so cool that you planned this surprise! On me, it had a great impact because after seeing the photo with the Durango, I really thought "that would be a great session, he really should've done it" And now it's there! Sudden joy and anticipation ftw!
I can already smell what great colour compositions we will get to see! This paint and the desert scene are just predestined to be shot together I like the colours here a lot already, the clear and sharp reflections on the Viper's side are great! And it's quite smart how the lens flare is basically aligned with the wood in the foreground (I assume it's wood, I don't have that much desert experience ). It's interesting how you achieved to capture the ground so close while still having a good view on the car from slightly above. I guess it's just clever use of the 35mm lens It definitely divides the image very nicely and makes it even more appealing.
Looking forward to seeing more of your super surprise!