Whirlwind of Photography

View from Deadhorse Point © Harold Davis

View from Deadhorse Point © Harold Davis

Starting in Yosemite at the Out of Yosemite photo conference, we headed for Death Valley. We were in Death Valley for a few days. While there, we photographed Zabriskie Point at sunset and sunrise, and many other places in Death Valley National Park.

Then we headed east, where the whirlwind photography highlights included Sunset Point in Bryce Canyon at sunset, slot canyons along the Grand Staircase in Escalante, Deadhorse Point in Canyonlands National Park, and Island in the Sky at golden hour.

Yesterday saw some action in the Needles section of Canyonlands and in the back country of Arches National Park.

We’re headed back west and home now, with a few stops along the way.

This has been a veritable whirlwind of photographic fun, and I am looking forward to having the time to process many of the images I have made. When does one ever really have the time to do this in the rush of photography commissions, book writing, life, and family? (Also known as the “digital photographer’s lament”!).

On a completely different note, I’m looking forward very much to being home, and to spending some time with my family!

Zabriskie Sunrise © Harold Davis

Zabriskie Sunrise © Harold Davis

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