While in Zion a few years ago, I stopped by the side of the road to grab a quick snapshot. I didn’t do anything with this at the time but now looking back at it, I really like it. Lots of things to catch your eye.
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.
Eric D. Brown, D.Sc. is a technology consultant, investor and entrepreneur with an interest in using technology and data to solve real-world business problems. He currently runs his own consulting practice focused on helping organizations use their data more efficiently. Additionally, he is the Chief Information Officer of Sundial Capital Research, publisher of sentimenTrader
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