Hello Marilyn. Only exist one animal with five legs: the photographer-with-a-tripod. Thanks for "hunting". :D
Excelent shot and great equipment! ")
Caught in the action!
Thanks, Pepe, Wallace, and Ed. When I turned around and saw him, it felt as though he was posing just for me--but of course he was very busy planning a photograph.
As for me, I don't have energy to carry all that equipment! I'll have to make do with my little compact ultra-zoom that is small enough to stay with me all the time.
Greetings Marilyn, Very nice. I had to laugh. At Dead Horse Point I decided to take a picture of one of the other photographers at just the same time he was going to take one of me. This makes a great shot, and what a lovely area.
Did one or both of you take the picture?
Thanks, Rich, for your comment. Although I'll map this, I don't suppose it's a GoogleEarth type of shot. Yet to me it gives a real feel for the area which is, indeed, a lovely one.
This is a really nice one Marilyn! "The animal with five legs" indeed! It looks like you had a wonderful visit to this fascinating area.
"Oh, look mommy - it's a wild photographer!"
Funny picture in a wonderful setting, Marilyn.
Like Richard, in Madrid I took a picture of my friend while he took one of me (it was a kind of photography-nerd moment because we both had just put the telelenses on ;) )
Hi dear friends, "Mount Rushless Gang" seems to be very crowded now; two nice ladies joined the group, welcome to them, ;o)) greetings Annick
Thanks, Nawitka and Justin, for your comments. Yes, I had a wonderful time! And Annick, thanks for alerting me to the new "sculptures"! Greetings, Marilyn
What a wonderful photo, Marilyn. Perfect timing!
Hola Marilyn! This picture reminds me of those of Ansel Adamms with his camera and tripod.
Nice shot! very representative.
Nice to meet you, greetings from Argentina, Enrique.
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