Weekly Photo Challenge – Muse

Fiery Furnace Fins

Fiery Furnace Fins

So what is a photographer’s muse? It’s that subject that keeps us coming back – looking for a new angle or different light. It’s the object of our affection seen through the camera lens that repeatedly fascinates. I have thought about this for some time. I would say that I have several muses, but my favorite is the red rocks of southeastern Utah – the Moab area. The wonderful orange-red set against stunning blue skies always intrigues me.

Here is a shot taken while on a guided tour through the Fiery Furnace in Arches National Park.

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Roy G. Biv

The View From My Back Deck

The View From My Back Deck

Wait…What? Roy G. Biv apparently is an acronym for the colors of the rainbow – red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet.

Here’s a shot of one such rainbow taken after a storm. It’s the view from my deck!

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Vivid

Vivid Lionfish

Vivid Lionfish

I’m late for the challenge this week. I was in Asheville, NC for the wedding of my husband’s nephew – a wonderful celebration in a beautiful place! However, do you really think I could avoid submitting an underwater shot for this challenge? I give you this vivid and flamboyant lionfish shot on the spectacular Lighthouse Reef aboard the Sundancer II. (So enough adjectives for you?)

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