In the Spotlight: Peaks of Pink

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On one of my several trips to Antelope Canyon in Page, Arizona, I took this shot at lower Antelope Canyon.  Of the two, I really like lower Antelope as you can stay for up to three hours and there are not huge crowds, so you can usually take your time and get the shots you want.

I took this shot, and decided to play with the color temperature in Adobe Lightroom.  I was looking for something different from the usual, I was looking for purples, pinks, and yellows. And so after playing with the image I finally settled on this photograph.  I love the colors and the textures of the sandstone.

Does it really look like this?  Yes. . . and no . . .

The purple hues already present becomes very purple and the red and orange hues already present become very pink, so the basis of the color is there in the sandstone.  The texture is there as well.  But I love this photograph, I love the colors and the textures, and afterall, the photograph is artistic expression, this is mine.

Enjoy!

This print is available for purchase starting at only $18 dollars!

This print is available for purchase starting at only $18 dollars!

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