Photographer's Note

I'm sure I'm stuck in a rut, reviewing images I have made in southern Utah, and in the National Parks. I feel a kinship when looking at a landscape of Zion National Park, and I never grow tired of the variations that this area provides. So much of this area is easily accessible for much of the year.

The rich blue skies and the textures and colors of the sandstone make it fun for the eyes.

This image, for whatever reason, I used a fixed focal length lens, which is about a normal lens for DX sized sensor. I slapped the only 52mm polarizer I had with me at the time onto the lens, and used my left hand to keep sunlight off from the filter element.

Sizing and jpg conversion were made in The Gimp.

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Additional Photos by Dana Rees (danarees) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 133 W: 128 N: 591] (2502)
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