Soft Curves Upward – Antelope Canyon 5-shot HDR – in Arizona
Sunrise at the base of Mitchell Butte – in Arizona
Let the Light Shine In Sunlight beams in to Antelope Canyon. Yes, this image is real and the beam of light is not an effect in Photoshop!
Bryce Canyon – Hoodoos in the Sun Bryce Canyon is – according to the NPS website – the largest amphitheater of hoodoos in the world. The colors are astonishingly beautiful, especially at Sunrise or Sunset. The hoodoos are also very beautiful in color when the sky is filled with clouds and the Sun peeks through to different sections of the hoodoos. This particular section caught my attention as a little…
Devil’s Bathtub 3-shot vertical pano photographed with the Canon 5D Mark IV and 17mm Tilt-shift lens.
Gale force winds at St. Joseph North Pier Lighthouse Photographed with the Canon 5D Mark IV and 70-200mm lens.
Jumping Off Rock Overlook, with threatening clouds above and the gorgeous Lake Jocassee below. Photographed on the Canon 5D Mark IV and 17mm Tilt-Shift lens, with 0.9 Soft Graduated ND Filter and Circular Polarizer by LEE Filters . — in South Carolina
Issaqueena Falls fine art pano. Photographed on the Canon 5D Mark IV with 17mm Tilt-shift lens and LEE Filters 0.9 soft graduated ND and circular polarizer, manually focused on the the falling water. — in South Carolina
Flame Azaleas Sunset at Roan Mountain, with Jane Bald in view — at Appalachian Trail Roan Mountain.
Roan Mountain Sunset – and dramatic clouds – from Jane Bald, with blooming Rhododendrons in the foreground The sky is real, not photoshopped in! — at Appalachian Trail Roan Mountain.