Dramatic Landscapes Illustrate the Radiance of Nature


Photographer Mizzy Pacheco has an incredible eye for dramatic landscapes that are rich in saturated color and detail. Based in California, Pacheco particularly spends his time tracking the patterns of the sun and the moon so that he can photograph them in all of their splendor. He says “I watch the moon like most people watch network television.”

For months, the dedicated photographer scouts out the weather forecast, knowing exactly when and where he can obtain the best shots. Once a location is determined, he has just a brief window of time to capture the glowing orb in the sky. Through diligence, patience, and a bit of luck, Pacheco is able to convey the captivating radiance of nature. His images are filled with crisp reflections and breathtaking light that illuminates the sky in memorably meditative moments.










Mizzy Pacheco’s website
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