Metate Arch || Canon EOS 10D/12.0-24.0 mm | 1/125 | f/11 | ISO 100 | Tripod
This is a shot from a February trip to Bryce Canyon. One of the days we went on a bit of a drive to see Devil's Garden in Grand Staircase Escalante State Park, we got there just before sunset. I took several exposures and used HDR and other post processing to give a more accurate picture of what it looked like when I was there. I entered this in the Wasatch Camera Club competition in the assigned category "Foreground Framing". It took first place, and Best in Show award (a first for me). I'm pleased the way it turned out. Another image I entered in the open category also took first place, I'll post it another day.
5 Responses to “Metate Arch”
  1. Lisa says:

    This is great. . . and very well deserving of the Best in Show award. Way to go!

  2. Tim Harper says:

    Wow Ryan, I have such a talented brother! You rock!

  3. Michael says:

    As impressive as these formations are this is one of the more unique ones I’ve seen.

  4. Jan says:

    So proud of you, Ryan! Award(s) very well deserved!

  5. Emily W. says:

    This photo is so amazingly AWE-some! It almost seems unnatural. Way to go in capturing the lighting to make the shapes and colors pop!

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