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TammyMarie
 
TammyMarie April 06, 2014
Gorgeous!

Behind The Lens

Location
The National Monument in Grand Junction, Colorado.
Time
Evening
Lighting
I was facing north east with sun in the west.
Equipment
Canon Rebel T3i with a 55-200mm IS lens.
Inspiration
I have been in the area for 3 years and love the National Monument Park. This photo is the perfect example of the amazing natural land formations in the area. In the back round is The Bookcliff Mountains and Grand Junction. It really shows all the beauty of this area.
Editing
No post processing.
In my camera bag
A Canon Rebel XT for my back up and a Canon Rebel T3i as my main camera. Three lens are all Canon. the first is an 18-55mm IS the second is 55-200mm IS and the last is 100-300mm. Also have a Tamaron 2x Tele-converter. Different filters and cleaning tools. Two remotes one is a plug and the other is IR. Lastly a Manfrotto tripod.
Feedback
The best advice I can give on this is explore your area. Everywhere has something beautiful in the area. You just have to find it. Sometime you have to look outside the box.

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