I took a lot of pictures (with the simple family camera without a tripod unfortunately) and I nearly cried (not really but it was sad) when most of them came out blurry when I copied them onto the computer.
a bucket list is a list of things you want to do, places to visit, see, experience, at some point before you die. so i mean i hope i get to go there eventually. from the thumbnail i thought it might be a fractal image of some sort, but the fact that its a canyon or w/e is awesome.
That is incredibly amazing. The square format really suits it well, and the lighting just makes the whole thing so gorgeous.
(And I have had that happen, too, where I've taken a whole lot of photos at a particular location and gotten home to find out they were all blurry. Soooo frustrating. I actually cried a little, one time. Of course, there are also the times when I think I'm taking great photos and upload them to discover that noooo, I'm crazy, and they all are crap compositionally. )
very true! For me, pictures look better in the camera when you shoot it because the image is very small when displayed on the camera screen -- then when you upload the photos and take a good look at them, half of them don't look half as good as before
Stunning photo! It really took me awhile to figure out what I was looking at but when I knew, it made it all the more beautiful. Nature can be the most intricate, graceful thing. I think you captured the shadows and textures beautifully.
Great colors and angle. The textures are very nice. Lighting's good, although there's the hot spot, but it doesn't disturb that much at all. The shapes and textures are way too interesting! Great shot!
Wonderful colors, perspective, and lighting. It may have been a little better in my opinion if you would have eliminated that spot of direct sunlight, but I guess it might not have been possible. Slot canyons really do make for great photography.