Sooo...I submitted some of my pics to be critiqued in my
...one suggestion was to convert some of them to B&W...
Sooo...what do you think?
(This is the same pic as the banner photo.)
Cape Royal...look through the window...then look above
and find the people...gives a bit of perspective doesn't it?!!
I did several of these when nearing sunset...
some show sun spots, others sun rays.
In this one, the shadows and light really took on a blue hue
and brought out the sun spots.
This one has more of the rays and a more purple tone...
...I thought I'd try it in B&W also!
Which one of the 3 do you prefer?
This is one I had also submitted at the Photo club...
...after I tweaked it according to the suggestions...
...and then I tried it in B&W!
Believe it or not, I didn't touch the color saturation!
And again in B&W.
Call me crazy...this angle made me think of the Coliseum in Rome!
No clouds for sunset, but lots of interesting shadows!
The colors kept changing...and the dust in the air
gave the sunset more color!
Our last night at the North Rim, we got to upgrade to a cabin...
right on the edge of the Canyon rim!!!
It was the very last night that the lodge would be open,
so the next day was my last day to do sunrise...
I was hoping to have some of the expected snow in the morning!
Yeah...well...there was definitely snow!!!
This is sunrise on the canyon rim from the door of our cabin...
that grey on the right...yep...that's the canyon!!!
The canyon was utterly and completely socked in with clouds.
We were the last cabin on the rim edge on the way to
Bright Angel Point.
The bench has a beautiful view of the canyon....
...well...it did the day before!!!
The lodge was closing up, and we were headed to
Sedona so there was no waiting out the day for the
clouds to dissipate and let the sun come out.
Loved the North Rim! Absolutely stunning!
Yeah...I'd love to go back!
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