“One Shot Two Ways”


Weekly Photo Challenge - One Shot Two Ways - 1a

Weekly Photo Challenge - One Shot Two Ways - 2a

 Sedona, AZ, USA


WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge:
“One Shot Two Ways”


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Becca is an artist, poet, and animal communicator. She delights in cooking, nurturing, and sharing a rich spiritual life with others on the Path.
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17 Responses to “One Shot Two Ways”

  1. Its amazing how different these shots look from the two perspectives. Both beautiful, though.

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  3. phylor says:

    Great pictures. Looks like a phenomenal place to visit.
    Reminds me of my “road movie” winding our way from the west coast to the east coast in 1984 in a 1965 valiant. Makes me want to get out the boxes of photos and find our shots of the badland’s mesas in the morning fog.

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  5. shoreacres says:

    Oh, my. I do like the portrait myself. It not only shows off the rock formations, it looks rather as if those rocks are ready to launch right up through the clouds!

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  6. cspindler says:

    Beautiful pictures…though I think I prefer the portrait since it better captures the height and the unique “halo” formation of the clouds!

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  7. Amy says:

    Gorgeous! Love the AZ rocks!

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  8. i*Kan says:

    Breathtaking! Just added to my bucket list.

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  11. very nice. It’s a place I long to visit.

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  13. A very dramatic landform. I love the layers of the rock.

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