New on 500px : Golden Waves by JustinGrimm by JustinGrimm

This is the first shot of many from a recent trip down to southern Utah and Arizona. Not only did I spend it with 2 awesome photographers, Dustin Gent and Brian Kibbons, but we also hit it out of the park getting light at every one of the epic spots we managed to drive Brian’s little “SUV-that-could” to. Justin Grimm Photography Buy a Print On our very first night of the trip we decided to take it easy and shoot Horseshoe Bend. Very busy, but still very awesome nonetheless. After getting our first of many nice sunsets, we headed to some cheap greasy breakfast food place that we don’t have up in Canada to get some dinner. While failing to enjoy my plate that looked like BP’s second oil spill, a random man and his son came up to us wondering if we worked for GoPro because of a hat my friend was wearing. Of course we don’t, but if GoPro wants to hit me up with that collab let me know! In any case, we got to talking about photography and the locations we were planning to hit up during our stay. It turns out this guy was a human encyclopedia of the southwest. Not only that, but he is also a major contributor to the website thewave.info where a lot of our own personal trip planning had come from, and he even has his own book he is currently writing. He let us in on a little secret not many photographer know about, that he dubbed “The New Wave”. With GPS coordinates, simple directions in hand, and not needing to apply for any sort of permit lottery like the other Wave, we ended up shooting here 3 separate times. This place is epic with so much potential, and after capturing what I felt was one of my best and most original shots of my trip, I had a tough time sleeping. No big deal though, we only camped 3 minutes away from here and the morning hike to my other composition was easy! Thanks for looking!
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