Playing around with the placement of the horizon in relation to the twisted pines while in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah.
Placing the horizon at the bottom of the photo focuses on the interesting sky and the twisted tree.
Horizon in the middle of the photo. This is sort of a no-no when it comes to horizons and the result is a bit too busy. It would have been better if the horizon was closer to the bottom of the photo like the one above.
Horizon near the top of the photo. Again a bit too busy but this little tree has so much character it almost stands on its own against the majesty of Bryce Canyon.
Horizon at the top of the photo. This shows Bryce Canyon (the foreground) in all its glory.
Ailsa of ‘Where’s My Backpack?’ has written an interesting post on the effect that the placement of the horizon has on the final image. For this and more links to this Travel Theme Photo Challenge : http://wheresmybackpack.com/2014/08/15/travel-theme-horizons/
We love Bryce! It always looks out of this world. Great photos.
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LOVE BRYCE CANYON USED TO LIVE NEXT TO CEDAR BREAKS BY BRIAN HEAD MOUNTAIN WAS AWESOME @ 10,000 FEET .WUNDERFUL AREA HUH 🙂 oops caps were on ..namaste 2 u frum da Q
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