During this time of year, I use my images to promote Breast Cancer Awareness Month. If detected early, breast cancer can be beaten, and a precious life can be saved. That life can be even more humble, and in turn, respect and care for other lives, including our planet and all of it's creatures.
I have taken many horizontal format compositions, here, at one of my favorite local spots. With elements coming together, I decided to choose vertical for this particular image. I also felt that a long exposure would enhance the feeling of energy, that some people feel when visiting one of Sedona's vortex areas. Blur was created by selecting a 91-second exposure, and a windy late afternoon, resulted in further motion in the foreground of prickly-pear cactus.