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Arches National Park, Utah

it was hard not to be in touch with the southwest scenes..they were so immediate and's one thing to photograph a landscape, and quite another to instantly fit in...Sam Rua adapts to the dynamic, changing conditions at Arches NP

Nikon D7000
Nikkor 18-200mm - 1/640s f/8.0 at 22.0mm iso160 full exif

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Sam Rua18-Oct-2012 05:02
And I didn't notice Glenn in this shot until he posted his shot of you shooting me:
bill friedlander18-Oct-2012 00:11
Nice shot of Sam in this beautiful setting. One can linger here for hours if not days. V
Dan Greenberg17-Oct-2012 16:00
Excellent story telling and photo to visualize it. Sam was certainly the most far ranging of all of us. ~V~
janescottcumming17-Oct-2012 00:41
He looks like he is right on the edge of steep cliff. Those clouds are fantastic! V
John Hamers16-Oct-2012 21:51
Amzing view on this fantastic landscape !! V
Karen Stuebing16-Oct-2012 21:27
You have captured both landscape and photographer beautifully. V.
Johnny JAG16-Oct-2012 20:48
Super landscape, Sam gives it scale
Colin Storey16-Oct-2012 20:36
What a view, a fantastic image of Sam at work. v
Apostolos Tikopoulos16-Oct-2012 20:10
Fantastic image and a great place to visit. v.
larose forest photos16-Oct-2012 20:03
Becoming part of the landscape! That view is magnificent. Terrific work. V
laine16-Oct-2012 18:05
A spectacular view...I think Sam is brave to stand that close though :)
marie-jose wolff16-Oct-2012 16:59
a wonderful wide view! V
Máire Uí Mhaicín16-Oct-2012 16:07
Sam's perch on this rather perilous looking surface is well captured here.
Walter Otto Koenig16-Oct-2012 15:01
Nice portrait of Sam in action with this fantastic landscape in the background.
Sam Rua16-Oct-2012 13:40
Nice one, David. There's a reason why the backpack was off for this shot --- I was very close to the edge and didn't want an unexpected shift in contents to precipitate a short journey to the canyon floor.
Steve Morris16-Oct-2012 13:15
What a view and Sam in the foreground really makes it!BV
veraferia16-Oct-2012 11:06
Exploring the pleasure of beautiful photographs...V
Bryan Murahashi16-Oct-2012 04:22
Fabulous shot of Sam having fun. V
I agree, the southwest is a great place to visit and photograph.
joseantonio16-Oct-2012 04:18
This must be a great area to spend quite a long time...v.
Glenn D.16-Oct-2012 03:15
Back pack, camera and the famous blue shirt - yep a photographers' scene.
Carol How16-Oct-2012 03:00
That's one fabulous scene David. Such nice muted tones and great depth~ I love that old leaning pine that's partway down as it helps with the sense of depth. V
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