March 9, 2011
Sadly, I said my goodbyes to my iPhoneography companions this morning. However before I left I was convinced that I needed to change my plans and instead of continuing south towards Joshua Tree, I needed to head east and go to Zion National Park.
This is my first visit here as a photographer. I remember driving through when my daughters were still small enough to be entertained by watching Disney videos on a portable TV. How nice it would have been to have an iPad back then.
I am so grateful to David and Harry for pointing me in this direction and for giving me so much input on all the best places to go. Thanks you two!
This is an image at sunset. I arrived about 30 minutes later then I wanted because I wasn't aware that I had changed to Mountain time.
This image was captured with ProHDR and processed in Filterstorm.
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