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Canyonland Sunrise by papatheo Canyonland Sunrise by papatheo
"Island in the Sky" area at Utah's Canyonlands National Park.

[Tonemapped from seven exposures of one RAW photograph]
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0149 Nov 26, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
Still enjoying this home run!

I am Thankful that amidst the Anime, Blood, and T&A that there is inspirational celebration of God's natural wonder!

Happy Thanksgiving, my friend!
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papatheo Nov 27, 2008  Professional Photographer
:lol: Thank you so much... and Happy Thanksgiving to you!!!! :nod:
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:iconerene:
Stunning capture. The touch of yellow creates such an amazing contrast!
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papatheo Oct 16, 2008  Professional Photographer
:) Thanks so very much!!!! :nod:
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:iconerene:
My pleasure dear friend :hug:
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:iconyoruniamegafuru:
A magical place full of mysteries..
Where the sun doesn't just rise.. the darkness simply lifts up with the fog as everything becomes lit..

And I can't help to wonder.. was there really rushing rivers there once? And what a long time it may have taken for all of it to form and the water to disappear..
Makes me feel small in the face of Mother Nature's greatness..
The world isn't just about humans..
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papatheo Oct 8, 2008  Professional Photographer
:nod: There are rushing waters there even now! That whole part of the American West is very susceptible to flash floods... and most roads through these areas have gates that they close when large rains occur. These areas are posted with warnings: not to enter if there are severe storms and not to drive through any water in the area. Thank you for your comments!!! :nod: :hug:
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:iconyoruniamegafuru:
:-o wow.. now that You mention it.. I do recall a show I´ve seen on Discovery a long time ago about the rains in those parts..
Hm.. I guess for the rushing waters the land seams like a roller coaster, with all the ups and downs and turns.. :giggle: And better not get in the way of Mother Nature´s fun..
:) That scene from Lord of the Rings comes to my mind.. with the waves looking like horses running..

:D Very welcome! Keep up the excellent work! :hug:
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