5 Out of This World Night Photos From Glamis

Seth Fargher
by Seth Fargher
When the sun goes down, a new world emerges

Anyone who’s ever ventured out into the Glamis sand dunes at night knows that its a site to behold. From the starry skies to the blur of lights making tracks up down and around Oldsmobile Hill, Glamis is an incredible place. While it can definitely get a little chaotic at times, it sure allows for some epic photo ops. Here are five photos of the other world known as Glamis nightlife.

A photo posted by Polaris RZR (@polarisrzr) on Oct 29, 2015 at 10:18pm PDT

a little exposure fun. ?

A photo posted by Derrick Koteita (@openroadvisuals) on Apr 2, 2016 at 11:26pm PDT

Composite shot from our Glamis sand dunes trip this past weekend. We didn’t get a chance to shoot the ATVs at night so I combined a blue hour ATV shot and the “tracked and stacked” Milky Way shot I posted on Monday. ATV shot is 1/800 at f/2.8, and ISO 3200 with a Canon 100mmL on a Canon 6D. Milky Way shot is a stack of 37 x 60″ shots at f/2.8 and ISO 6400 on a 24mm Rokinon on the 6D on top of an ioptron Skytracker.

A photo posted by Kevin Greene (@thekevingreene) on May 12, 2016 at 9:00pm PDT

One of the best shots from New Years Eve in Glamis sanddunes newyears2016

A photo posted by Andrew Davey (@xxldaveylxx) on Jan 8, 2016 at 3:06pm PST

@therealsicnick enjoying the spectacle that is hill in

A photo posted by Seth Fargher (@sethfargher) on May 27, 2016 at 8:58pm PDT

Seth Fargher
Seth Fargher

Growing up in Oregon, most of Seth's involvement in the powersports world was limited to what he saw in magazines and videos. Following a brief stint in the corporate world, Seth took a flying leap (literally) and moved to California to pursue a career in freestyle motocross. Though short lived, the opportunity immersed him in the industry and is now a well-established off-road writer.

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