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Zoom Double Arch after sunset by janusz l on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Double Arch after the sunset at Arches National Park – Utah .
Something that is almost impossible to describe ( yep pictures help :-) . Most of the time there is a lot of people all over the place but when is late , windy , cold … we had entire place to ourselves and fun it was. Due to really wide angle ( Sigma 12-24 ) set to max on full-frame , you really can’t see how steep was the wall of the arch . I was going higher and higher to catch the view … when I was descending it was quite dark and I was getting quite religions . 
Earlier with all the wind , I left the camera on the tripod and run to something from the pack -  entire thing fell . Thanks to Canon and Sigma , they are well build although lens may have a problem . 
BTW my front page just crossed 250,000 views - Thank you so much !!!
The total views should cross 2Mil within a month :-)

Double Arch after sunset by janusz l on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Double Arch after the sunset at Arches National Park – Utah .
Something that is almost impossible to describe ( yep pictures help :-) . Most of the time there is a lot of people all over the place but when is late , windy , cold … we had entire place to ourselves and fun it was. Due to really wide angle ( Sigma 12-24 ) set to max on full-frame , you really can’t see how steep was the wall of the arch . I was going higher and higher to catch the view … when I was descending it was quite dark and I was getting quite religions .
Earlier with all the wind , I left the camera on the tripod and run to something from the pack - entire thing fell . Thanks to Canon and Sigma , they are well build although lens may have a problem .

BTW my front page just crossed 250,000 views - Thank you so much !!!
The total views should cross 2Mil within a month :-)

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  1. mikrolo reblogged this from streamofmyconsciousness and added:
    quite beautiful.
  2. streamofmyconsciousness posted this