Kolob area of Zion NP, Utah. Thanks for commenting.

Posted by Jeff Dye on Wed, 11/15/17 12:12
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Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Thu, 11/16/17 08:27

There is the sense of all the debris and trees sliding down the slope and over the edge. The large evergreen in the right centre... looks like it is growing right out the rock.

Comments by G.B. SHETTLER on Thu, 11/16/17 11:00

I LOve the fact that you did not comp/crop the image (LLHS) to the
ending edge of the rock face. The space you left ties everything
together and really presents the movement in the image. But you know
that already

Comments by Jeff Dye on Thu, 11/16/17 12:00

Jan: the tree is growing out of the rock but obviously there's some nutrient soil for the
roots. I didn't notice the tree until reviewing later. Now it's a reason to return so I can I
can isolate it. This scene was at 400mm. Crank the zoom to 600 and I think that will do

Comments by Paul Bracey on Thu, 11/16/17 16:23

it's like contour lines that drop off the end of the world
great shot, Jeff