A blog by photographer Andrew McAllister
The last installment of images from my Moab trip. Above: visitors at Dead Horse Point.
Above: Potash ponds west of Moab.
Above: Thelma and Louise Point as viewed from Dead Horse Point.
Above: Visitors at Dead Horse Point looking at the west…
Canyonlands, dead horse point, moab trip, photography, tilt shift photography, Utah, wide open space
July 6, 2012
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Really dramatic pictures, Andrew. Thanks for sharing them!
Captivating and beautiful landscape.
We’re in amazingly different worlds right nw, aren’t we?!
Isn’t that the truth. Would love to spend time in France taking in the landscape and small towns with you sometime. Looks like you are having a wonderful trip.
Breathtaking Photos – Happy Saturday:)
Such amazing scenery-I long to see such places again, the serenity and solitude are so profound,healing…great work. beebee
Fantastic magnificent panoramas of this beautiful landscape! Now I just have to visit it myself ;-)
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I’ve nominated you for the One Lovely Blog award. Love your photography!
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A visit to a canyon can change the way you look at things. A canyon is timeless whereas we live in a world where yesterdays massacre will soon be off the rapid news cycle.
There is no cell reception on the North Rim. It is best that way, yet I know a man who had a panic attack when he arrived there and learned he was no longer connected.
But the river just keeps moving through the canyon, a slow artists etch not suitable for the shock requirement of television. A canyon can heal the illness of modern life.
Stunning views, thanks for sharing!
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