In the past I have showcased examples of landscape photography, which has included photos of mountains, valleys, plains, lakes, coast lines, and a variety of other types of landscapes. That's what I'm calling GEO-tography – photography of the "GEO."
I guess it depends upon where you do your riding as to what pops into your mind when someone says: "landscape"; but, around here it's pretty much desert. I admit that sometimes it hard to actually see the desert for all the sand, especially when you are washing it out of your hair and shaking it out of pretty much every bodily orifice.
However, there is probably nothing else that is more photogenic, under more circumstances, in more seasons, under more lighting and in more varied weather than the desert.
So, here are some examples of desert photography to possibly get a jump-start on some of your own. Unless I miss my guess, you'll look at one or two and say: "I can do that!" And I'll bet you can cause if you're just patient enough, the desert can get prettied up all by itself.
Examples of Desert Photograpy
Photo credit: Navid Baraty
Photo credit: Raffaele Petralla
Photo credit: Wolfgang Staudt
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Photo credit: Nick Leonard
Photo credit: Antonio Perez Rio
Photo credit: Malavoda
Photo credit: Garry Wilmore
Photo credit: Vyacheslav Argenberg
Photo credit: Sek Keung Lo
Photo credit: Tela Chhe
Photo credit: Johnathan Kos-Read
Photo credit: Jason Corneveaux
Photo credit: Nagaraju Hanchanahal
Photo credit: Edgar Barany C
Photo credit: Pedro Szekely
Photo credit: Hamed Saber