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May, 2006. Thanks for looking.

Bob






Edited on Nov 24, 2013 at 12:21 AM · View previous versions



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Nice shot, I really like the layers in this photo and how each is slightly more out of focus. It isolates the monument really nice. I do crave a lil more on the bottom just because i can see the start of another layer on the bottom right. If that is a canyon in front of it I want to see it. I am a big fan of that late afternoon light too, always makes me feel like there is a spotlight on my focal points. Thanks for sharing

Charlie



Nov 23, 2013 at 10:23 PM
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Very nice. I like the simplicity. Like Charlie suggested I like to see the foreground revealed more.
Harsha



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Hi Charlie & harsha,

Many thanks for your most welcome and kind comments and glad you like the image, with reservations. I have added a second version of the same image with a little more of the foreground showing not an edge of a canyon, but part of a shallow wash, a common landscape/geologic feature in the Southwest.

Bob







Nov 24, 2013 at 12:19 AM
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Wow, I'm surprised you cut it off. I think it adds a whole lot to your composition giving your photo another layer to look at and leads you into the focal point. Glad to see you originally framed it that way and the last version was a crop. Just curious what camera were you using back in 2006? Anyways, a job well done, thanks for sharing Bob.

Charlie



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CheechzeppLn wrote:
Wow, I'm surprised you cut it off. I think it adds a whole lot to your composition giving your photo another layer to look at and leads you into the focal point. Glad to see you originally framed it that way and the last version was a crop. Just curious what camera were you using back in 2006? Anyways, a job well done, thanks for sharing Bob.

Charlie


Hi Charlie,

I'm glad you like the revised version, captured with an Olympus E-330 & Zuiko Digital f/2.8, 14-54mm Lens.

Exif:

Exposure Time: 1/125
F-stop: f/7.1
Focal Length: 54.00

Bob



Nov 24, 2013 at 04:28 AM





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