It is really difficult to try to pick a favorite among your slot canyon photos. I think I like your first and last photos best because they show the sand on the floor of the slot canyon, which helps place the rest of the photo into perspective.
I, too, find it impossible to select a favorite. This has been an inspiring series, gracefully straddling the line between photography and fine art. You've turned stone into something soft, living, breathing with your camera. I truly would love to see an exhibit of this work at my local museum.
I've enjoyed the tour! Thank you.
I keep following your Canyon shots. They are amazing..
Of all the pictures you showed it's probably the one I would go for...
I like Thursday's, but, obviously, they're all nice.
I don't have a favorite. How could I? They are all splendid. And I really think they are worthy of greater exposure and distribution. Super job, Julie!(Thanks for coming by Creative Confections...I don't post there too often, but I appreciate your nice comment!)
Dave mentioned the sand on the floor of the canyon. That's exactly what I noticed in yesterday's shot. It gave me a sense of dimension. All these photos make you want to reach in and touch the soft curves of the canyon. Nice work Julie. You can be proud.
Really beautiful tectures and colours
What beautiful photos we have seen in the slot canyon. Looking forward to Lake Powell and Glen Canyon.
All this series is gorgeous Julie. Except for the snake, sorry!
this is a work of art!
Choose a favorite? Julie, that's just mean! I can't choose unless it's to say the snake was my least favorite. :)
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