Great photos! You have made it onto my favorites list.
Thank you, Brant, for visiting and for your comments. My previous comment was addressed to someone who tried to relocate the photo out over the reservoir, rather than from the actual viewpoint.
Thanks, Steve, for visiting.
This photo and others, along with a description of the software and hints at using it, can be seen at www.dbherberg.com/powell/Panoramas.
As a member of the National Park Service's Graffiti Removal and Intervention team, G.R.I.T., I removed over 2000 square feet of graffiti vandalism from a rock wall behind the camera position. Now, admiring the ancient rock art and the view out across the lake is much more pleasant.
Thank you, idhillsnhorns, for visiting and for your comments. I believe I took this photo looking east from our campsite at Fawn Creek. We had just floated the last 20 miles of the Middle Fork, turned the corner, did all the re-permitting stuff, and continued another 18 miles to this camp. A VERY long day!!
Ohh!!excuses me I did not see your answer. Thanks
Im planning a trip in May and I whant to be sure about this locaton. Thanks again.
Thanks for visiting, chicali, and for your nice comments. I placed the marker as close as I could to where I took the photo, based on side drainages, etc. Of course, GPS doesn't work down in the dark! This slot canyon is normally under the waters of Lake Powell, but in 2004-2006 the level was low enough again to reveal this lovely place.
david, thanks for the compliment on my Vernal Falls shot in Yosemite. Most of my pics just graduated to blue dots yesterday. Browsing your beautiful photos, it appears we share an interest in arhaeology; Mayan and Anasazi.
I've explored many canyons in the Southwest but didn't realize Dinosaur Nat. Monument was just as spectacular as areas closer to the 4 Corners. I hope to explore it some day.
thanks for your nice comments.