Kathy, many thanks for your comment.
Retirement is a great thing, Dann, though both my husband and I still have enough professional activities to keep us very busy when we're at home. (I have to confess that we're embarking on an even bigger trip in less than a month!) Hang in there until graduation, and I look forward to your storm photos.
... I'm hangin' ... ever so close to disaster, but I'm hangin'. ;)
Very nice playing with light.
The light itself plays very nicely with the rock!
Wonderful lighting in this, Marilyn. I've not been to this arch but am guessing the scale of this window is tremendous - ? Very beautiful subtle coloring of that Utah rock. Regards, alicia
You're right, Alicia, that it's large, and that the lighting makes all the difference. Early one evening as we headed north, we scarcely noticed it although it was right beside the highway. A day and a half later we headed south at the right time of day. What a difference! Regards, Marilyn
I like the lighting you got on this shot, and the fact that you took the time to hike up off the road! I got lazy and shot from the highway. Our two shots of this arch are "polar opposites". . .
Thanks. We were fortunate to be going past when the light was so good. I just had to see what I could do with it!
Wonderful the way the light is on this one. L
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Photo taken in Wilson Arch Resort Community, Highway 179, Moab, UT 84532, USA
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