The Watcher and the Flame

SomeGuyInNJ

Long Valley, United States

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Taken with a Nikon D800 and a Nikkor 24-70mm Lens. Antelope Canyon, Arizona, USA.

Antelope Canyons walls allow the mind to pick out all sorts of shapes such as animals and faces.

I call this image the Watcher and the Flame because when I looked up and saw the suns glow hitting the far wall the sweeping flowing curves of the wall seem to make the golden light rise like a huge flame silhouetting an upturned face on the nearer wall.

Featured In:
- The Silky Touch
- A Wilderness Somewhere
- Scenery
- The Great Outdoors


Below are more shots from the Arizona trip. As you can see from the titles the weather wasnt ideal. So I didnt get some of the standard shots of the Grand Canyon and Monument Valley at Sunset and Sunrise but I did get some quite different shots :-)

I will be adding new shots from the trip daily in the coming weeks.

Monument Valley
-Sunrise in the Rain at the Totem Pole
-Monuments in the Mist
-Red Rocks and Rainbows

Antelope Canyon
-Sunbeam in Antelope Canyon
-Hole of the Ladies Heart
-Looking up in Antelope
-Sunbeams
-Colors of Antelope

Grand Canyon
- Sunset after the Storm

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