Coyote Gulch by DustinLeFevre1

It is about a 6 mile hike to get to this point and I recommend doing it as an overnighter. In October the weather was absolutely perfect. There were some deer prints on the river banks, how cool would this shot be with a deer? Oh well, a man can dream.

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Whispers of Time Past by WaynePinkston

This is false Kiva in Canyonlands National Park, Utah. this is a bit of a different take on the composition, shooting from the far left corner, and covering the whole opening of the cave in a panorama. The right rock wall (outside the alcove) usually looks like a large dark void at night, so I decided to light the wall to give some definition. This was shot with fellow photographer Eric Gail, and the shadows on the ceiling of the cave were his idea. He had the idea of using an Indian Headdress to cast a shadow on the walls, using a small headlamp. The effect was really interesting to the eye as well as in the photo. The sky was nice and clear except for lots of smoke in the air from the wildfires in the Western USA. The smoke mostly stayed near the ground and created the ruddy coloration just above the horizon.

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The Other Side by Pcoskun

One of the coolest things I have experienced was being able to walk behind a massive waterfall. This is the same waterfall that I shared titled “Tamanawasafros”. It’s not really difficult to get up here, but you do need to have some good footing as the rocks can be slippery and loose. It’s also a good idea to have a rain jacket or raincover as you have to cross through the mist that these falls produce. The payoff however is worth it. It’s still pretty hard to get some scale, but I was actually leaning as far back against the rocky wall as I could crouching underneath my camera so I could get the right angle to enclose the falls between the roof of the alcove and the ground. It might look like there is lots of space to wander around here, but do not be fooled. The soil is very loose and its all on a slight incline. Not to mention that the rocks above a dripping making it hard to still keep dry. Anyways, just thought I would share this shot and the experience with you all. Hope you enjoy!

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