The idea of spending the day between the formations of Bardenas and waiting for the night to make night-time photography ran through my head for a long time.
I programmed one day and went to the location with accumulated desire. What I did not expect was that, as I approached the site, the climate seemed to be on my "against". It did not seem that day was to photograph stars, but since I had approached Bardenas, why not try to do something.
Little by little, what seemed to be on the way was a climate that was against me, it was becoming just the opposite, becoming a summer storm, those that start with special lights, rainbows and end with lightning and thunder .
Here is one of the many, many photos that came back on the card.