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Horseshoe Canyon

Horseshoe Canyon

The name comes from fact that the natives used to use this canyon as a corral for their horses.

Nikon D800, AF Nikkor 50mm F/1.8D, hand-held
Exposure =1/400 sec; f/8; ISO 100@50mm, manual matrix metering
Exposure set via grey card, WB pre-set via white reference card

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John Shen 18-Mar-2014 05:19
Very sharp and detailed! I'm still looking at the houses across the ways ;)
Ed Duverger15-Mar-2014 17:05
A marvel of nature presented with excllent clarity.
Pauline14-Mar-2014 23:29
Very nice Roy
Roger Bailey14-Mar-2014 22:44
Looks a lonely place, worse than some parts of Wales.
Ray Dondzila 14-Mar-2014 22:18
The re-edit has much better color, Roy. Good work.
Jeanne Newman14-Mar-2014 21:32
The clarity and color are stunning...beautifully composed, as well. v.
John Shen 14-Mar-2014 19:55
Very lovely canyon. I was noticing the house structures on the other side ;)
Ray Dondzila 14-Mar-2014 11:19
Excellent capture, Roy. The geological features are captivating.
fotabug14-Mar-2014 04:25
Wow, what a neat and wonderful place! Interesting history, Roy. I always enjoy some background info. Do the colors stand out more in the summer, or are the colorful hills elsewhere? I really like this. V
Ruth Voorhis14-Mar-2014 03:57
Very nice capture of this geologic marvel.
Bea.14-Mar-2014 02:29
Excellent shot of this beautiful landscape, you can see the layers of years that have passed.
Paul Milholland14-Mar-2014 02:09
Nice to have 36 MP to capture the weathered detail in those rock formations.
Chuck14-Mar-2014 01:06
Impressive !
Laura Milholland14-Mar-2014 00:49
Wow - what an impressive place to see. Beautifully shot, Roy.
Sheila 14-Mar-2014 00:31
Beautiful, Roy, as always. The layers that show in each mound tell a story in and of its self. Baron and beautiful!
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