Besides the ever popular slot canyons in Page, there are a couple other subjects to photograph after you have finished your slot canyon tours (see last weeks blog about the Page slot canyons). Here is one of our favorites:
This spot may be a bit to “touristy” for serious photographers, however a bit of weather turns this location from a park and point, to a serious southwest canvas. It only takes a few minutes and it is one of the few locations with an elevated 180 degree view of Lake Powell.
Mary and I both used our telephotos, here. 100-400 mm gave us plenty of range for the far off subjects. We also cropped a few of these images into panoramas. See our blog on how to “fix” your photo by making it a panorama.
To see more of (an buy) our photographs, please go to www.pamphotography.com.
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