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Today’s photo is from our recent trip to Sedona, AZ. It’s really a companion image to the one I posted two weeks ago at this link. It’s another view from Airport Mesa, but this one is special because, as I was shooting on this very cloudy day, the clouds parted briefly, just enough to let the sun shine down on the rock formations and add this very beautiful illumination of the rocks. When we lived and worked in Sedona, we would have many days of great light and cloud formations. If you’d like to see some of my other Sedona photographs, go to the Arizona Gallery on my MSC Gallery Portfolio page.
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The photo was taken with a Canon EOS 40D, EF17-40mm f/4L lens, 1/125 sec at f/16, ISO 200 on SanDisk Extreme IV Digital Film.
The light on the red rocks is beautiful, it really highlights all the rock layers.
I think it’s the light that makes this image really nice.
So beautiful…makes me homesick for Sedona!
Thank you Mary. Me too. It was nice to be back for a visit and see some friends. We loved living there and we love where we are now as well.
What a moment to capture.
That’s a gorgeous image.
Thank you Robin…
What a beautiful start to my day. But then, your photos usually are. thank you – ps
Thank you Pat. Sorry we didn’t make it over to the hospital to say Hi on this last trip.
So beautiful! Nature is such an amazing gift!
It sure is. Glad you like the photo.