It’s been a long while since I’ve picked up the camera. There’s been quite a bit of life changes (for the better) over the past couple of years, and the camera took a back seat. I missed the creative outlet and the spark to get out there to capture the world through my eyes. So, my daughter suggested a road trip to Southern Utah/Northern Arizona since she had never been. We had a blast and more than anything, spending time with her was wonderful.
We traveled through Cameron, Arizona, and stopped to view the Painted Desert Project – the artwork was amazing! From what I could see, @livknoki did the work – check it out on Instagram. If others, let me know and I will give proper credit. You can search The Painted Desert Project on Google Maps
I’ve been to Horseshoe Bend before, but wasn’t patient enough to sit in 110 degree heat to wait for the sunset. This time – we drove six hours to get there at 4PM, and waiting for the sun to set at 730PM. Neither one of us enjoyed the heat, but it was definitely worth it. The next morning, we did a small hike in the Antelope Canyon area – a relatively new area opened to the public, Antelope Canyon X. In any event, I’m grateful to be in a position where I could spend a few days with my daughter and just go where the wind takes us.