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What I regretted the most was that I didn't have a wide angel lens nor bring a tripod with me to the road trip. I was set to visit and get awed by the Antelope Canyon, but didn't expect the view at Horseshoe Bend would be this sublime and magnificent.

I went and sat on the edge of layered sand rocks two days in a row, watching the sun sink down to the crevice between mountains and sky. Unable to capture the elapse of time and light with my hand-held 50mm, I made sure that I cherished the moments with my eyes.

I guess there is nothing to regret about: Even with the equipments, my photos will never be as good as the ones from Google image search. I was glad that I could put aside other intentions and let nature and solitude be my company for a moment.

//When the sky turned rose gold in last splashes of light

//This is how one should do a proper goodbye


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Mother Nature has created seats for everyone :)

Mother Nature has created seats for everyone :)

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The burning clouds at the sunset is for clear view tonight and tomorrow a crispy sky. See you another time.

The burning clouds at the sunset is for clear view tonight and tomorrow a crispy sky. See you another time.

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