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.
After the meetup trip to Utah, I traveled with a friend for a few days to destinations along the border of Utah and Arizona.
The last photos in the series were taken at Kanarra Creek Falls while standing in icy waters. It took my feet more than three hours to thaw and many more hours to stop wondering what happened. Though my feet where complaining, I loved the adventure!