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_DSC5736.jpg (Up To 20" x 30")

Nikon D70 ,Tokina 12-24mm f/4 AT-X AF Pro DX
1/125s f/6.3 at 12.0mm iso200 hide exif
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Date/Time28-Jun-2005 13:56:32
ModelNIKON D70
Flash UsedNo
Focal Length12 mm
Exposure Time1/125 sec
ISO Equivalent200
Exposure Bias+1
White Balance (-1)
Metering Modematrix (5)
JPEG Quality (6)
Exposure Programprogram (2)
Focus Distance

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Yves Rubin22-Feb-2009 00:31
With this light, this is a spectacular and very personal taking on this much photographed spot! I love the saturation, it seems especially appropriate here! BV
Roman Johnston04-Nov-2008 02:21
Thank you very kindly David...but it isnt a panorama, its a single shot with a super wide. 12MM goes a long way...even on a DX. Thanks again!

David Nathanson04-Nov-2008 00:39
Stunning panorama. V.
Jim Kramer07-Aug-2008 13:27
Julius Kovatch28-Jul-2008 23:15
This is the best shot of the Horseshoe Bend I have seen. Excellent job Roman!
rakes31-Oct-2007 10:30
the control on the lighting,omposition and details is absolute.V
Albert Zablit 07-Aug-2007 17:16
This shot immediatly attracted me in the gallery. I love its saturation, its composition and overall balance. This almost looks like a giant nipple! I would love to go on a trip in that region some day.
Good shot mate.

On a sidenote, the Papyrus font kills it for me.


Guest 08-Jul-2007 03:50
Yves Rubin15-May-2007 15:16
The light is just sublime! One of the best I have seen of this classic!
Ron Wright06-May-2007 00:22
Stunning shot - voted
Brussels Sprout04-May-2007 21:57
Fantastic picture! Composition, colours, everything is perfect. In my view the horizontal version is far better than the vertical one.
Ahmet Erciro22-Mar-2007 12:33
Hello Roman,
This is one of my fovorites. I love this photo.Awesome colors and scene.

Tim van Woensel21-Mar-2007 07:50
Fantastic shot, but is it only one shot or did you use a filter or blending?
Guest 13-Feb-2007 04:39
Stunning - one of the best photos I've seen from here. I'm looking forward to going myself in a few months.
Naomi Sheaffer16-Nov-2006 20:05
Wow, just beautiful! voted
Paolo Fercia16-Nov-2006 07:45
Fantastica !!!
Jayson14-Nov-2006 16:49
Absolutely Beautiful. Nice to see this lens at work.
Chris Lock31-Oct-2006 04:52
This is great, love the bright colours.
Reflections by Ruth25-Oct-2006 00:49
this has to be the widest angle shot I have seen of this spot, excellent work.
Glad to see you accomplished this with a D70 :)
Gonzalo GV22-Sep-2006 19:52
truly impressive !! V
Krey'z Images21-Feb-2006 20:24
Awesome ! This is in my backyard and I've yet to stop .....thanx for the motivation !
pik200406-Feb-2006 04:55
Very nice. One of these days I'm gonna head out there. Voted.
Guest 05-Feb-2006 16:58
Nice shot. Voted
Kelly Giannii03-Feb-2006 00:28
Amazing photo! Beatiful colors, great clearity, just beatiful!
Kelly Clark Moncure01-Feb-2006 01:46
WOW- fantastic- what an amazing site! vote!!
Roman Johnston08-Jan-2006 17:34
Thanks! Actually this was taken at 1:00 with a bunch of storm clouds clearing. I got very yes....morning will give you the sun to your back......and evening if your lucky will give you underlit clouds on a sunset...which might be interesting.

Steve Martin27-Dec-2005 02:28
Most excellent image! I'm headed to northern Arizona soon and this locale as well as the slot canyons are on the itinerary. I'd like to think I can bring an image of this quality home. I assume you're looking west here, so you need to be there early in the day? Again, two thumbs up!
STERLING26-Dec-2005 15:14
incredible shot...
Roman Johnston30-Sep-2005 03:19
Thanks very much Rathika!
Rathika Ramasamy29-Sep-2005 18:35
Awesome shot!!
Roman Johnston26-Aug-2005 22:20
Thanks you for your comment Steve, and I DBL checked the map....and you might want to do so also....comming out of Page take a left (Deeper into Arizona) rather than a right...(toward the Glen Canyon Dam and the Utah border) to take this park about 1/8th of a mile off the road...and hike back about 3/4 of a mile....I have triple checked the information and it is indeed in the Arizona side of the border by several miles. and this is the Colorado River (not the san juan)....and the beginnings of the Grand Canyon. Hwy 89 mile marker 545. if you want to look it up.
Steve Horne25-Aug-2005 17:37
This is a very nice shot Roman. The intermittent clouds created interesting illumination. As one who grew up in Utah, it does bother me a little to see this image labled as Page Arizona. This is the San Juan river in southern Utah, not Arizona.
Roman Johnston13-Aug-2005 06:36
Thanks happy as I am with the way this turned was so much more amazing in person.

Guest 08-Aug-2005 12:37
amazing landscape, Roman! and you captured the essence of that place.. so outstanding. Congrats!
Roman Johnston09-Jul-2005 06:47
It is a single shot, and interesingly corrections for distortion....I too was supprised (plesantly) Thanks!!
Guest 09-Jul-2005 04:12
Hey Roman, was this one photo? Or did you stitch a couple together? It's amazing how level the horizon is with such a wide angle. Everytime I go to Arizona & Utah it makes me want to just keep going back.
Roman Johnston06-Jul-2005 15:27
Thanks Larry and David for your very kind comments. It was an amazing place to visit...and experience....nothing but the wind blowing by and the occational cry from a hawk....but those are the parts of the experience you cant bring back with you.

Thanks again!!!

David Chin06-Jul-2005 05:51
Ooooooooooohhhhhhh - THIS IS THE BEST !!!!
Larry Gray06-Jul-2005 05:30
Simply Awesome! What else can be said.