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New on 500px : Spirit Walker by Tassanee by Tassanee

This was the first photo I took when I entered the Antelope canyon. Guides will usually throw up sand to bring out the beams of light. When processing this image I notice a human like figure in the beam, so I decided to name this image “Spirit Walker”

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New on 500px : Skyward Colors by miketlim by miketlim

No visit to Page, AZ is complete without a visit to the slot canyons surrounding town. This is my second year in a row visiting Page, AZ and it still continues to amaze.

Re-edited this photo which I posted a few months ago to fix some issues I was unhappy with.

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New on 500px : The Calm After The Storm by DaniloFaria by DaniloFaria

After an incredible World Cup in brazil, I am back! My beloved Brasil did not win, but I am here congratulating Germany for a great run!
Horseshoe Bend a few minutes after sunset. I struggled to try different compositions here, because the center classic image has been seen so many times… lucky I was to have the golden sun come through the clouds. Thanks for your feedback and visits!

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New on 500px : Days End by Pcoskun by Pcoskun

Here is another image from Watson Lake that I photographed a few days ago. At this point, the storm had moved too far to the north to provide much of a spectacular cloud display, but it did create these wonderful rays that emanated from the cloud structure as the moon rose.

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New on 500px : “DUALITY” Lower Antelope Canyon, Page – Arizona by CARPE-LUCEM by CARPE-LUCEM

“DUALITY” reprocessed

The entrance fee gives you a scant 1 hour to tour Antelope Canyon, a guide herds your group through cramped, convoluted and dark crevices making sure you make it out in an hour. You can’t really blame the Navajos who manage this place since busloads of tourists visit each day, making it resemble a tiny Disneyland in the middle of the desert. The key is to bring a tripod and camera to double your time allotment to 2 hours, but even that is not enough to fully document the beauty of this place and I was literally counting the minutes.

These light rays are visible only for few minutes each day, so seeing and capturing them was an unexpected bonus.

( Lower Antelope Canyon- Page, Arizona)

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New on 500px : Ancient Sandstone Canyons by MarkMetternich by MarkMetternich

An original take on an ancient canyon that makes up part of the very origin of the 277 mile long, over a mile deep, Grand Canyon. With 4 workshops coming up in the area, I am getting very excited about the awesome privilege of guiding my clients to some original SW locations either rarely or never photographed.

Processing techniques are explained in my various Photoshop Video Tutorials. Feel free to Facebook me or visit WildForLight.com

Thank you for looking. 🙂

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New on 500px : Summer Dells Sunset by Pcoskun by Pcoskun

There wasn’t much storm activity going on around Phoenix, so fellow photographer Nathaniel Smalley and I made a short trip up to Prescott’s beautiful Watson Lake. Driving up the I-17 it looked as if the entire town was being dumped on with rain. One of the largest rain shafts I have seen off in the distance. Getting closer, a couple sprinkles fell onto the roads, and with the sun breaking through, I knew there was a chance for rainbows. It wasn’t long after that we decided to head down a random dirt road and and capture the brilliant rainbow that seemed to last as long as the previous one. We still had about an hour until sunset and about a half hour from our intended destination. We quickly made our way up to the lake and just like last time, by the time we made it the rainbow had just began to vanish. Oh well, 3rd times a charm right? Moments later, the skies began to light up all around as the major storm system had moved further north. It was nice to get a couple of fresh images from here, and I am sure I will be back soon enough. This place is just too beautiful!

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New on 500px : Antelope Canyon Page Arizona USA by PatrikOberlin by PatrikOberlin

Der Antelope Canyon ist eine Reise wert. Spannend für die Fotografie!

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New on 500px : Fire Peaks by Pcoskun by Pcoskun

I was finally able to get out last night and work on some new photographs. Boy am I ever glad I decided to go here! I met up with fellow nature photographer Nathaniel Smalley and headed into the four peaks area in hopes to catch some monsoon storm action. Upon arrival, I had noticed a long arm of a rainbow stretching over the superstition mountains and stopped a few times to try and get a worth while photo (light was still too harsh). This same rainbow lasted for almost an hour and of course with my luck, had disappeared as soon as I had set up my gear. I saw the clouds and how the light was breaking through and knew that a sunset was coming, and a good one it was. The sky lit up in every direction with reds, oranges, pinks and purples. While we didn’t get any lightning, the light show more than made up for it.

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