Been wanting to shoot Provo’s Bridal Veil Falls. I was waiting for the sun setting rays to hit it, but I guess I was too late. But hey, I got some good donuts and workout right after! ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
@SonyAlpha 7R II | FE 24-70mm F2.8 GM | 4 min 2 sec | f11 | ISO 100 | 54 mm
This weekend was full of sun, sand, and surf!
The first adventure was setting out with @_williamphoto to scope out what we hoped would be primo surf. With a SW swell, there was some sweet barrel action coming from the waves at “The Wedge”, so we made our way down to check it out. It did not disappoint, as we watched the brave surfers and bodyboarders take on the treacherous waves. To top it off, the sun was positioned perpendicular to the waves, resulting in a killer sunset. There was such a brilliant golden glow over the beach and white-washed waters, making for a surreal scene.
To capture the golden light, I positioned myself on the man-made jetty that helps form the unique wave patterns at The Wedge. I then then shot towards the sun, without any filters.
Camera: Canon EOS 6D MK1
Lens: Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L II USM
Shutter Speed: 1/180 sec
Focal Length: 70mm
The towering giants of Zion look beautiful in that evening light.
7 6410 hours ago
Far from Antelope Canyon (aka ‘Not Antelope’) and deep inside Utah’s labyrinth of steep-walled canyons is a savage stretch of land crisscrossed with hidden ravines, known as Robbers Roost. In the 1880’s, outlaws like Butch Cassidy, Sundance Kid and the Wild Bunch evaded law enforcement and hid-out in this inhospitable terrain, waiting for the heat to settle from their latest bank robberies. The Roost afforded hundreds of hiding spots and was difficult to penetrate. -
Whenever I visit this area, I can’t help but think of the history and the stories that were told in the area. The mysteries it holds, and the lives that were lived in such lawless times.
@wesleyaston successfully captured this last weekend’s CRAZY Utah lightning with this long exposure. Thanks for the shot!
8 37711 hours ago
Crying in the club cause summer shoots are coming to an end 😭💕
15 31511 hours ago
Happy Monday! I need to take a quick break from posting waterfall pics so I can go through all my photos from last weekend's trip to Salt Creek Falls and Diamond Falls and see if anything is usable. I may have to get super creative as they were tough ones... So instead of some water I'll give you this shot of the desert in eastern Oregon. I didn't know what to expect when I got here, as I didn't do research before hand, and was blown away by the unique and alien looking scenery. It was like walking through a canyon on a turquoise soiled planet. Oregon truly is amazing and I can't wait to explore some more.