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Green River Overlook
Photo By Leon Jenson

  • Title: Green River Overlook
  • State/Province/Region: Utah
  • Country: United States Minor Outlying Islands
  • Nearest Area: Cabyonlands National Park Island in the Sky section
  • Nearest Town: Moab
  • Notes: I had both the Nikon F6 and D200 and opted for the F6 with Fuji Velvia for the color saturation.
  • Best Season: Spring
  • Description: I had approached Green River Overlook for a possible sunset location and found storm clouds covering the overlook. with no possibility of a sunset, I waited several hours as people left and a few remained. I noticed the clouds beginning to shred with a slight opening in the horizon. I retrieved my camera gear and set the tripod up. Then, about thirty minutes later I was rewarded with a magical sunset.
  • Gear: Nikon F6 Nikon 75-300mm lens
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  • Re: River Of Fog

    Re: River Of Fog

    Posted on Sunday 17 August, 2014 by Deborah Freeman.

    This is a wonderful image. from your notes it moved you and I can understand why.

  • Re: Daisy Droops

    Re: Daisy Droops

    Posted on Saturday 16 August, 2014 by Dan Abbett.

    Very nice.

  • Re: Point Lobos

    Re: Point Lobos

    Posted on Friday 15 August, 2014 by Seung Won Jung.

    Photo or Art?..I am confused,

  • Re: Flowers And Rock

    Re: Flowers And Rock

    Posted on Sunday 10 August, 2014 by David Spaulding.

    Thank you Seung Won I appreciate the comment. This is one of my favorite places to hike.

  • Re: River Of Fog

    Re: River Of Fog

    Posted on Saturday 9 August, 2014 by Kevin Russell.

    Thank you very much David, I feel blessed to have seen this, let alone capture it too.