Capturing The Moment — The Wave   13 comments

Wave Images by kenne

As promised in earlier posting on our trip the Vermillion Cliffs National Monument, Coyote Buttes and the Wave located there in, this is the posting that contains some of the seventy photos taken in the Wave. Admittedly, the colors vary because of lighting, as with any photo, but dramatically so when the colors in the Wave are so dramatic. I took over 250 images, which represent a photo treasure in which to return in the future. 

Again, a big thank you to the group leader, Dean Perron and fellow hikers Susan Mayfield, Mary Frances Ruddick, Pat & Tom Markey. This was a hike of a lifetime!

Here’s the link to my Flickr photo set of the remaining photos — http://www.flickr.com/photos/kennetu/sets/72157629369434228/

kenne

13 responses to “Capturing The Moment — The Wave

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  1. Stunning!

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  2. these are absolutely astounding, thanks.

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  3. Wonderful image, Kenne.You are an artist.
    Your friend from Argentina.

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    Marita-Argentina
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  7. I just looked at your shots of The Wave for the second time. What an amazing experience that must have been! You got some absolutely memorable shots, I can almost imagine how it was, spiritual, quiet, soo quiet, maybe just a whisper of wind moaning softly….what a holy place!!

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    Five years ago I hiked in the Vermillion Cliffs Monument to the Wave. It is a magical place in northern Arizona. — kenne

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