PHOTOGRAPHIC TOUR TO THE AMERICAN SOUTH WEST… OCT – NOV 2011

Having just returned home from a twenty-one day Photographic Tour I have put a small selection of images for everyone to enjoy. We travelled out from Las Vegas and our photographic adventure started in Snow Canyon just inside the border of Utah. For the next nineteen days we completed the grand tour of Canyons, Arches and Desert the are so magnificent in this part of the American West. Places visited include Zion, Bryce, Canyon-lands, Arches, Mesa Verde and the Grand Canyon National Parks. We also visited Dead Horse Point, Horseshoe Bend, Monument Valley, the Four Corners, Lake Powell, Glen Canyon Dam and Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon. The Autumn colours, the Sunrise at Arches, the Sunset at Monument Valley…. and the wonderful snow at two locations added to the amazing scenery we saw and photographed every day. Twenty-five people including myself had the most marvelous time capturing the colours and splendour of this region and filling memory cards quickly each day! A big thanks to Peter Walton for his wonderful input and support on this Tour, and  also a big thank you to all who came with us on this trip… you were all wonderful and I loved every minute!! 

A night of gently falling snow made the rim of the Grand Canyon the next morning  a truly unforgettable  experience…. and so pictured below is the group all smiling and… rearing to go and capture the scene before them!

One comment on “PHOTOGRAPHIC TOUR TO THE AMERICAN SOUTH WEST… OCT – NOV 2011

  1. Jan says:

    You certainly know just when and where to set up the camera Ian.Such beautiful photos.Wish my legs would allow me to be able to see beautiful places like these.Jan

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