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The Hoodoos

My man Jimmy Nix from NomaicPursuits.com was in town last night, and we were out doing what all good photo buddies do. We photographed the heck out of downtown Denver. Needless to say I didn’t have much time for a post tonight, but there was no way I was going to let you down and not have something pretty waiting for you in the morning. Enjoy the hoodoos of Bryce Canyon, and we will see you back here tomorrow for some iPhone Friday.

The Unpainted Desert – Part II

Bryce Canyon

When it comes to shape and contrast, there isn’t a better suited location than Bryce Canyon. I haven’t seen anything like it. It is totally accessible to the public, and breathtaking from every vantage point. If you want to learn more about it, feel free to check out my travel guide. I have a few photo locations listed to help you plan your own adventure.

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The Hoodoos

I want to thank Mike Olbinski for helping me out this weekend. I posted a bunch of images in our ‘Behind the Scenes‘ album and asked everyone to leave a comment on an image they would like to see processed. A couple folks jumped in and made their requests. I totally appreciate it. It really helped me plan my weekend processing. However, because Mike has been a guest author here, his request is first up. Here you go Mike, the Hoodoos of Bryce canyon as seen from Inspiration point. I will be posting the request for the Niagara In The Mist later this week so stay tuned.

The Hoodoos

This location also made an appearance in my movie ‘Southwestern’. It is actually the closing sequence. Take a look and watch as the sun sets on Bryce canyon.

Here is the behind the scenes image that Mike tagged. My Nikon D700 was responsible for this image, and my Nikon D5000 was responsible for the movie.

Sunrise At Bryce Point

Sunrise At Bryce Point

I hope everyone had a great weekend! I spent a good part of it working on my next movie. I am guessing it is still a month out, but I think you will like it. I am trying to make it using a minimal budget. Why? I am always trying to make creativity accessible to as many people as possible. I hope with this new movie, I can share with you a way to make inspiring without having to break the bank.

Today’s Image: It was cold when I made this image. A lot colder than I thought it would be. However, like all good photographers I shivered, rubbed my hands together, and tried to make some image. If you are ever in Bryce, here’s the skinny. Sunset at Inspiration Point. Sunrise at Bryce Point. Trust me, you can’t go wrong!

Newsletter: I had a great meeting this weekend with the designer of our upcoming “Good Newsletter”. I’m totally excited about it, and can’t wait to share it with you. I should be ready by June, so make sure to sign up so you don’t miss it!

You had to get there early to secure a spot along the fence. Apparently, I was shivering, this photo is a it shaky.

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Bryce

Bryce Canyon

This image has been made a thousand times, but when you see it, you can’t help but turn the shutter over yourself. Even if you have seen it in calendars and postcards, it won’t prepare you for the experience. I will have more information when we return. I am guessing the requirement for a 4 wheel drive vehicle will mean we will be off the grid for a couple of days. I hope to catch back up with everyone on Friday!