Grand Falls is one of the most spectacular and unknown places in Arizona. I visited back in March and went back to process some photos I never got around to really looking at.
I love the scope and details that you can see in the shot. If you want a much larger version to really see the details, visit my blog: MikeOlbinski.com
What’s interesting about the falls is all the junk that is collected in the lower left portion of the photo. Most of what you can see are from trees and dead foliage captured along the way, but there are definitely some “man-made” objects down there as well.
This is definitely a place I plan on revisiting next March, hopefully after a nice, snowy season for the high country. The flow over the Falls when it’s peak is pretty amazing from what I’ve seen in photos. I need to see that in person.
Technical jargon: Tripod, 4-5 brackets, photomatix, CS4, Topaz, Imagenomic.
UPDATE: This got a frontpage spot on Explore over on Flickr, I’m beyond excited :)