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Photo of the Day ~ General Category ~ September 15, 2008

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Sand Fall
by James Stone (jellbo) 
Camera:
Nikon D-200
Location:
Arizona
 
United States of America

Photographer Notes:
Every photographer who has shot the Antelope Canyon has the famous image of the light beam. For a unique twist, I chose to capture sand falling off one of the walls. A tad bit of the canyon can be seen to the left of the frame to show the depth.


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Teresa Burnett commented on September 15, 2008 00:20:
Beautiful image James!! I like the fact that you've chosen another aspect of this beautiful canyon to capture!! Congratulations on the POTD!!
Kumiko Parkinson commented on September 15, 2008 08:44:
Awesome lighting and exposure, beautiful shot of this amazing place, congratulations, James!
Roger Mullenhour commented on September 15, 2008 10:50:
Fantastic James! A wonderful capture and exposure. Congratulations on your POTD!
Linn Smith commented on September 15, 2008 12:32:
Incredible presentation of Antelope Canyon giving a good sense of its depth and showing the rich beauty connected with its surroundings. Congratulations on your POTD!
Winston Rockwell commented on September 15, 2008 15:17:
nicely done... i was there myself in May. it's nice of the tour guides to toss sand on the walls so it falls off for shots like this... congrats on the POTD!
Patrice Cigallio Wesa commented on September 15, 2008 20:39:
An excellent composition of Antelope Canyon showing its amazing beauty & depth in a unique and incredible manner. I love the soft flow of the falling sand, the leading lines of light going through the to the entrance & all the wonderful curves, textures & exquisite patterns. Congratulations, James, on your terrific presentation!
Caj Källmalm commented on September 15, 2008 21:26:
I think this is very nice! Looks like Mars and it's filled with thrilling excitement everywhere! You did a great one here, congratulations on the POTD!
Joyce Webley commented on September 15, 2008 23:39:
I like your unique twist! A beautiful, interesting image. Congratulations, James!


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