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Photo Of The Day 9/17/2012
Point Royal, Grand Canyon by Bruce Wendler
Bruce Wendler sent this photograph to the Stormy Weather Assignment. Wendler took the photograph from the popular vantage point on the Grand Canyon’s North Rim on a day when other photographers packed up to search for better conditions. He describes the situation, “Point Royal is a favorite photography spot on North Rim of the Grand Canyon. Paved roads from the park center can take you to where the river bends from heading South to heading West. This day the weather moved into the canyon, blocking all views. Photographers all left the area except my shooting buddy and myself. We had already seen the storm break earlier in the morning and hoped it would happen again. Sure enough, for 15 minutes the storm cleared and then covered the area up again.”
Days of changing weather are days of opportunity for nature photographers. Congratulations to Bruce Wendler for his perseverence. It definitely paid off!
The Stormy Weather Assignment is still open for submissions. Click here to see all of the Assignments and enter your photos. Get your photos into the running for the Photo Of The Day by submitting the OP galleries. I select a Photo Of The Day everyday. Images come from Your Favorite Places, Assignments and the contest galleries. We’ve revamped Assignments and the Your Favorite Places sections of the website and you’ll see some great improvements. You can see more of my Photo Of The Day selections on the OP Blog.