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Ansel Adams once said that a true photograph need not be explained, nor can it be contained in words. He then went one to write volumes about his photographs, and he would apparently talk about them to anyone who would listen. So much for pithy quotes. Since this is my blog, I will ignore Ansel Adams, and I will use this space to share the stories behind some of my favorite photographs: what I saw when I created the images, how the photos came to be, and why they are important to me. Consider this a behind-the-scenes look at my creative process. If you like what you see here, please visit my photography website: RobertBurnsPhotography.com

Saturday, March 27, 2010

Grand Canyon in Morning Light 7-16-07

This photograph was taken at Grand Canyon National Park at 7:55 AM. A bristlecone pine on the canyon’s south rim frames the Colorado river which winds in and out of the early morning light on the canyon floor below. This photo was a finalist in BetterPhoto.com’s contest for February, 2010. Canon 20D f/29 1/8 sec. ISO 100 28-200mm lens @64mm. To purchase this photo, click here.

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