See that peak way off in the distance? That’s the Watchman at Zion National Park.
I liked this composition…different than most others you see of the Watchman. Captured with Canon 5D and Canon 17-40 L.
This is one of those shots that everyone would tell you not to take. Shooting into the sun is usually a ‘no-no’. Who am I to listen to anyone? 🙂
I shot into the sun and captured this wonderful silloutte while at Bryce Canyon. Captured with Canon 5D with Canon 17-40 L handheld.
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Here’s a photo taken at the Grafton Utah ghost town, just outside of Zion National Park. We couldn’t get close to the buildings on the day we went but got a few decent shots. This was converted to black and white and a vignette added to it.
Captured with Canon 5D and Canon 17-40 L Handheld.
Tracie and I went to Zion in April…what a beautiful place to visit.
Here’s a photo of a Bluebird that I got while out there. Taken in Zion National Park near the Zion Lodge. Captured with Canon 7D and Canon 400mm 5.6 L sitting on my Induro CT314.
I’m starting a new series here that has nothing to do with Technology, Strategy, People or Projects. I’m calling this new series Foto Friday and I plan to share a photo that I’ve taken with you.
With this new series, I want to share another passion of mine – Photography.
If you don’t know, I’m a bit of an amatuer photographer and run another blog focused on photography called Photography Minute. Over on that blog, I review cameras & lenses, review equipment, share photos and just generally talk about photography.
The idea behind Foto Friday isn’t to republish what I’m doing over at Photography Minute but to just take a second and share one of my favorite photos with you. Hopefully you’ll enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoy sharing them.
Now…on to the Foto (er…photo…you know what i mean)…future Foto Friday’s will be a basic description of the photo and the photo.
This is a wonderful place on the Navajo Indian Reservation…you’ve got to check it out. If you do, definitely look into using Antelope Canyon Tours for the tour.
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