Medusa's Sandbox

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Comments (62)

Guia Arquitectura on December 13, 2008

Me gusta la textura arenosa con ese degradado de color tan atractivo. YS

antoturi on March 14, 2009

Your images are fantastic. I like the nature too, and I'll see all your photos. Thanks for sharing, sei bravissimo!! Antonio.

Tiz69 on March 16, 2009

Incredible

M.Kranenborg-Torn on March 17, 2009

Amazing Greetings from The Netherlands

Jamal Masood (Curiou… on March 25, 2009

Great Photo.

I have used it in my travelogue http://armchairtravelogue.blogspot.com and have given due credit to you.

Hope it is OK with you.

The travelogue is a non-profit ads free blog which I have created as a pastime and I do not derive any monetary benefit from it.

ddarka on March 28, 2009

Amazing colors!

jwtravels on May 28, 2009

I will be in Kanab, UT during August 2009 to visit North Rim, AZ & area. Because of your photo, I also now want to visit Medusa's Sandbox and area. Any advice on getting there? Your photos are amongst the finest I've ever seen and reflect your gift as artist/photographer. Thanks for sharing. John.

Jeff Sullivan on June 10, 2009

Evgenia Ko, The best RAW converstion for my Canon camera is the software supplied by Canon. I've heard the same form Nikon users. I usually use Lightroom though, because it is so much easier and more efficient to work with. You can try it via a free 30 day trial download.

Jeff Sullivan on June 10, 2009

John, look up directions to the Norht Coyote Buttes area managed by the Bureau of Land Management, specifically "The Wave". They issue 20 permits to hike to this area each day, and 10 of those are issued in an in-person lottery the day before. It may take you several days to get the (next day) hiking pass. So plan to go to the drawing on the first day, then go to Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, etc. later that day, and hopefully you'll be hiking to The Wave the following day.

Jeff Sullivan on June 10, 2009

CuriousJM, Thank you very much for letting me know. Unauthorized uses can make a photo worthless to potential buyers and even subject the photographer to legal issues with a buyer who has bought exclusive rights to a photo that is supposedly unpublished or not widely distributed. Now that I know of your use I can notify potential licensees.

Klaus Dieter Ruck on June 25, 2009

Wow! Looks cool! Greetings from Germany

Nestor Hubert on July 19, 2009

maravilloso!!! verry nice Photo!!!

Kiefer Béla on August 9, 2009

Szép alkotása a természetnek, egy jó fotós kezenyomán. Gratulálok Kiefer Pécsről.

dionisis (-_-) on October 31, 2009

great shot | added to my favourites

Jacqueline B on November 1, 2009

Amazing. And beautiful too. It reminds me of a more or less similar picture at my cell phone (samsung).

Greetings from The Netherlands, Jacqueline

Marcello... on November 2, 2009

Fantastic!

Annie Japaud on December 31, 2009

wonderful colours

Detotires on May 7, 2010

The sclae of colours, courved lines ....

Congratulations.....

For your comments, I can supose that it was not an easy photo

Manuel pino on June 16, 2010

impresionante,mágnifica,exprectacular etc.sados barcelona

www.bourlingueur.eu on July 17, 2010

Fantastic colors

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Jeff Sullivan
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Photo taken in Vermilion Cliffs National Monument, Marble Canyon, AZ 86036, USA

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