Arches National Park

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  1. NancyMoranG

    NancyMoranG Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    We were able to visit Arches National Park and was disappointed to have some storms, but then I saw amazing cloud formations, and was thankful for my lucky timing..
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    nancy

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    Oh, yea, interesting clouds for sure! Thank you.
     
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    the clouds are great, formations are a little blah being all shaded but really like the picture overall. Going there in a few weeks, cant wait.
     
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    I am very envious. Having a chance to photograph Arches is definitely on my bucket list. Those are some amazing compositions. They look a little flat, though, as if shot midday. If you get to go back, try shooting during the golden hours. I believe you will get more texture and color contrast. Nice stuff, regardless.
     

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