This was taken on a hike in Sedona. You can see all of this part of the city and the shadows of the clouds over the rock formations. The colours in the rocks always amaze me, as I don’t see much of that were I live. The greenery around compliments the red rock very well.
This is another angle of the Grand Canyon in a different location. You can see the shadows of the clouds on the canyon itself, it is really cool. I still stand by my previous statement, a photo cannot capture the essence and massiveness of the Grand Canyon. It feels like a painting along the horizon when you look out over it.
This is one of my favourite shots from Arizona, it isn’t perfect and there are some smudges from taking a picture through a window, but it doesn’t need to be. I like the way the sun shines through some of the shrubbery and the cacti stand out. The mountains in the background illuminated from behind, and the lens flare caused by the sun leaving a small trace of blue sky visible. I really enjoy this picture.
This is a pretty cool picture of Sedona, AZ, displaying the layers of dirt that it contains. There is red sand everywhere there and it is really cool to actually see. I stopped there for a night or two on my way back from the Grand Canyon one year. I got a lot of neat photos of a place that looks surreal with all the iron in the dirt.
This is a photo of what I believe is Camelback Mountain in Phoenix Arizona. We were on another hike that I can’t quiet remember the name of and happened to have a wonderful view of it. I like all the houses included in the photo as well as the mountains in the background.
This is a panoramic that was stitched together with many of the photos I took. Google Photos did all the work and colour correction and it did a good job in my opinion. This picture nearly captures the sheer size of the Canyon, but as I said before, pictures have a difficult time doing the canyon justice.
This was from one of my trips to Arizona. The Grand Canyon is indescribable and pictures cannot do it justice. It was massive and continued on beyond what the eye could see. The canyon itself looked like a painting on the horizon.