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Saturday, September 1, 2012
Finding A Better Angle
The Grand Canyon is both the easiest and most difficult subject. The natural beauty is the easy part. Finding a better way to go than all those pros that went before you and all the throngs of tourists with all kinds of cameras is the hard part.
In any case my wife had never been there. So we went and took 3 cameras, the Eos 40D, the 7D and a borrowed Pentax 120mm SLR film camera. (More on film later).
A couple show a rock promontory I hiked out to for some of the more unusual photos.
This above was shot from the narrow rocks. Got a little unexpected adrenaline as my sense of balance was thrown off by working through the lens.