While in northern Arizona, we explored the Page area, home base to Glen Canyon National Recreation Area (Lake Powell). Not too far from Page is the eastern edge of the Vermillion Cliffs. To reach them, you drive down a twisty road and follow the Colorado River, crossing where rafters heading on a week-long journey through the Grand Canyon begin their adventure. It was a mostly high-overcast day, with the warmer river water colliding with the cool air, causing a ribbon of mist in the valley. On our return to Page, the fog broke up, exposing this gorgeous vista. We pulled over, hiked up a little hill, and took some shots. This is one of my early experiments in shooting RAW.
Shutter: 1/400 f/10 ISO400 119mm
Had to clone out a BUNCH of wires. Hope it's not too obvious where?