Friday, October 12, 2012
Antelope Canyon's Colorful Display
"From within you find a palette of colors transmuted by light filtering down from above and bouncing from wall to wall.
Other times, the variation in levels of brightness are much less extreme and allow the camera to collect the range of colors and shadings.
One of the lessons learned was that using a tripod would allow for longer time exposures and, thus, greater flexibility in the choice of subjects.
Some of the most interesting--and surprising--photos were ones taking in shady or even dark areas of the canyon.
While the oranges and yellows provide stunning displays, the lavender and mauve colors that appear with longer exposures in the shaded areas provide subtle surprises.
These images appear to show the movement of a lavender liquid across the rocks.
All in all, a visual treat.
With one more day to go.