The last week in August I participated in a photo safari (workshop) in the southwestern desert. It felt like a safari because we had to use 4-wheel drive vehicles to get to our locations. The landscape was the subject, not animals. We went to a few different locations. We used dim lights to illuminate the landscape at night. The first stop was a place called White Pocket in northern Arizona, where we camped after taking photographs past midnight.
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On the final day of the workshop we went to a short but scenic slot canyon near Kanab, Utah.
On the way home, I stopped in Zion National Park.
6 thoughts on “Southwestern Desert”
Amazing photos! 🙂
Thanks. Nice to hear from you!
More amazing photos by you. I hope some day you publish a book of your work.
Thanks for the inspiration and encouragement. I am working on learning the art of transforming my digital creations into print, which is requiring me to bring the quality of my work to a new level. It is a fun and extended learning process.
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Let’s get together and go out photographing some time.