This image is best viewed on a black background. There are three exposures for this image, to capture the high dynamic range of light to dark requires at least three exposures and often more exposures. Exposures were blended in PS. Part of this image reminds me of a tulip and the tiny bit of tumble weed had the look of a dancer, hence the title for this image. Canyon X was unbelievable crazy to stand in and watch as the sunlight would hit the sandstone walls and see the amazing glow of colors that would form and intensify as the sun’s light moved across the slot openings high above the deep and narrow canyon floor. Unlike Antelope canyon with big crowds, this was a private tour that lasted six hours so we could get shots as the sun passed over and around these slot canyons. Even with nine of us when the light would hit an area we all wanted to be right there with our cameras, hard because of the narrow space between the sandstone walls.
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This spot marked the end of our hike on Kanarra Creek Canyon, the wooden stair that once let people further was totally broken. I can only imagine what’s beyond that fall… Thanks you for stopping by and checking my work!
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