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Monday
Nov292010

Please Help Me Win A Photo Contest!

I would really appreciate your support in helping me to win a photo contest that I've just entered. It will only take a minute or two to cast your vote. Last time, you helped me to win Third Place which just goes to show how many friends took a few minutes to show their amazing support. I really appreciated it.

This contest is with Arizona Highways Magazine which publishes photos of some of my favorite destinations in the world in the Arizona desert. To vote, please visit: Arizona Highways Magazine Photo Contest Voting Page, then locate my image as seen below:



It is currently on listed page 2 but may be slightly further back depending on the number of new entries. Click on the image and locate the thumbs up symbol in the upper left corner of the image shown here and click on it:



Thank you so much for your support!

I took this photo at Lower Antelope Canyon in Page, Arizona just a few weeks ago. This is a smaller slot canyon near Lake Powell on Navajo land that should be on the bucket list of any outdoor enthusiast. Carved into sandstone by wind and rain, these silky waves reflect traces of sunlight off of red, yellow, orange, and black rock to create this beautiful color spectrum. Look out for a future blog post with several other images from this trip and thank you again for your support!

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