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Hasdestwazi

By tg    
A tripod and long exposure are required to capture the Slot Canyon's near Page, Arizona, at their best. This shot is from the Lower Antelope Canyon, referred to by the Navajo People as "Hasdestwazi", which means Spiral Rock Arches. It is hard to beieve that these rocks are carved and sculpted by flood water. This is a stunning place and a highlight on my round the world trip.

f22 at 30 seconds, Circular Polariser

All comments welcome.

Tags: Landscape Usa Page Arizona Antelope canyon Landscape and travel Hasdestwazi Spiral rock arches Navajo territory

Voters: Dimitre_P, robbiebreadner, jayjay52 and 45 more

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Comments


23 Jan 2009 5:04PM
WOOW...fantastic shapes...
Dimitre

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jayjay52 7 2 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2009 5:09PM
Light and colours are amazing. Well done.
Jenny
Phil_Restan 10 280 9 Scotland
23 Jan 2009 5:18PM
What a mass of shapes and colours, makes a great image. Well taken and processed

Regds
Phil
23 Jan 2009 5:23PM
FANTASTIC
tg 11 86 Scotland
23 Jan 2009 5:29PM
Thanks guys for your comments. It took me three visits to get the exposure right but I'm glad I went back.
NEWMANP Plus
8 1.6k 574 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2009 6:12PM
a case for bracketing like mad by the sounds of it,
this is beautiful
Phil
Bigtoe 7 7 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2009 7:25PM
This is absolutely stunning. Before reading your description, I thought it was wood. Very impressive image.
viscostatic 9 33 5 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2009 7:43PM
Amazing shapes and colours.

Phil.
SueTurner 11 81 3 England
23 Jan 2009 7:55PM
well worth the effort and I can see why it was your highlight of your trip
tg 11 86 Scotland
23 Jan 2009 8:12PM
Thanks to everyone for your comments. They are always appreciated.
Thomas
RLB 7 52 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2009 11:12PM
No comment just a beautiful shot. Ray
MRSbiscuit60 8 224 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2009 11:13PM
Stunning. Trish
24 Jan 2009 6:05AM
A whole treasure chest of photos to be haD HERE. A STUNNING RESULT AND WELL WORTH SEVERAL VISITS.
JENNIFER
JohnParminter 9 1.3k 14 England
24 Jan 2009 11:07AM
There are many layers to this and textures but not sure if I would have prefered better if the right was in focus as well..??
John
Consulo 11 836 10 Scotland
24 Jan 2009 4:04PM
Superb!
7 Feb 2009 6:45PM
Stunning shot this is what velvia was made for.
Roger
Paintman Plus
9 1.1k 176 United Kingdom
18 Mar 2009 5:04PM
A beautiful photo an excellent colour and texture.

Alan.
JouŠo Plus
12 56 Finland
27 Mar 2009 5:35PM
capture One Pro Wink

A beauty, Thomas...........

Jouko
Brewster 10 4 Scotland
12 Apr 2009 8:40PM
Fantastic, almost abstact composition. Beatiful colour rendition as always from Velvia.

Bruce
BeiK 10 7 Scotland
23 May 2009 10:43PM
Oooops, I have been overlooking lots, too! Wonderful shot!
Bitte
19 Jul 2009 9:17PM
the reds of different shades and texture,But its that yellow in the middle that draws the eye and balances the shot,

William
alansdottir 7 60 7 United Kingdom
24 Jul 2009 5:44PM
And I so wish I'd made this, too! Fire and ice, the two I've picked on, of the many... Carol
Hugeknot 11 1.2k 2 Iceland
3 Oct 2009 10:08PM
I would love to take this kind of image!

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