Jim Everett
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Photographic artist and media producer. My pictures were selected for LA-based exhibition, "Distinctive Artists of Southern California". I have been a repeat guest on photography on Sirius Satellite Radio, my media has been shown on G4 Tech TV Canada, and I have been a guest several times on The Lab With Leo Laporte TV series. I have given numerous classes and key sessions at Photo Marketing Association events, and have a popular iTunes podcast, "Digital Photography and Artistry". Stay connected with my blog at www.itookthat.com, and Twitter, itookthat

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This is a great shot. I would like to use the image in a real estate marketing brochure with your permission and credit. Please let me know.

Best, Marty

Jim, Great memories, thank you for sharing them and giving up a bit of history as well, cheers, James

The Nangus Hall is across the road from what was a great-uncle's general store. and I can remember going there in the early 1950s as a teenager, with cousins Kevin and Richard Smith to a rock and roll dance. They were very kind to me. Very happy and clear memories of Nangus.

Beautiful shot!!! Please see mine. http://www.panoramio.com/photo/50280537

This lovely composition and framing. Tells a real story of the geography, and is very esthetically pleasing.

Ralf_G - glad you liked it. In fact, I shot some video there, including a narration piece to camera. It describes how I shot this image: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jimgeverett/2902377079/

One of these days I will edit and upload my video.

ArdenZ - Thanks. It is a composite of several images, carefully enhanced and balanced to bring out the shadows, the sky, and retain the line of yellow glow atop the cottonwoods. Quite a lot of work went into it.

In terms of visiting Canyon de Chelly, each time of year is a different experience. This was in fall. In winter, there is often several feet of snow on the canyon rim. Sometimes late winter there are floods along the canyon floor that make it impassable. In summer it is dry and hot. Choose your time wisely.

Great to see it with wildflowers!


This location was one of the opening scenes in the '70s movie, Koyaanisqatsi. I was so struck by it, that I promised myself that one day I would locate and visit it. And in 2008, I did just that, around 35 years later. The film is still magic and relevant.

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