Taking the water ferry across Vancouver, we encountered more weather. Still, float planes routinely were landing and departing.
During one of the afternoons, we witnessed a snow squall move through the Canyon. All at once we were shooting in the middle of it.
Soon after it moved out into the middle of the Canyon.
A little HDR treatment of the stone cabin at Moran Point at the Grand Canyon due to the light at the time..
On our afternoon trip to Moran Point in the Grand Canyon we were treated to God Beams…
With cloud cover and snow squalls in the area, we were treated to a light show, with rays of light reaching across the canyon to illuminate their targets…
There are so many opportunities for images at the Grand Canyon. Different vistas early in the morning or late in the afternoon provided us with an endless supply.
In the earlier post on Zabriskie Point, I was focusing on trying to get across the incredible variation of rock formations, textures and colors in one image. Later, I wanted to try to capture an image that spoke more of Death Valley. I physically moved my vantage point to incorporate the salt laced desert floor beyond the peaks, while coming in tighter on the point.
Last year during Photoshop World in Washington DC, the National Mall area became my go to place each evening for working on my night photography. It was fairly active through midnight with tourists, well patrolled and provided a multitude of locations to shoot.