Đọc phiên bản tiếng Việt False Kiva A view of paradise when nature and man made structures meet together in harmony Another similar shot, but the Kiva is approximately in center, leading to the Candlestick in distance. Most people like to take full view of the alcove with extremely wide angle like 10mm, this shot I made a set of a stitch panoramic 7 frames vertically 20mm lens using Manfrotto Spherical Head , each frame contains 5 HDR images. It’s complicate 35 shots but I found it is not very concentrate since the top alcove competes major interest with the circle of Kiva. What is False Kiva, where it’s located? False Kiva is a man-made stacked stones circle of unknown origin in an alcove, a remote area of the Canyonlands National Park, located in state of Utah USA. It first popularized by the photographer Tom Till more than 10 years ago, now has become an iconic photo spot of the Southwest America. This photo location isn’t listed on any park maps, it’s a class II archeological site and park rangers will provide directions to the site if asked. The trail is not too difficult, but requires some health and careful hike on loose rocky […]
The Golden Waves You’ve probably seen beautiful photos of the sensuously sculpted frozen sand hills. These formations called “The Waves” “The Sands of Time” or North Coyote Buttes. It is actually located in the Paria Canyon-Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness area, Utah-Arizona border. The golden waves or the Wave 2 is a sandstone rock formation, the formation is situated on the slopes of the Coyote Buttes is well–known among hikers and photographers for its colorful, undulating forms and the difficult hike required to reach it. Due to the fragile nature of the formation and the large number of people wishing to visit it, a daily lottery system is used to dispense only ten next–day permits in person at the Kanab visitor center. Additionally, ten online permits for each date are available four months in advance of a planned trip. The number of people allowed into the area is strictly limited. Details on how to apply for the permit are given at Paria Canyon-Coyote Buttes If you are just photographers, not experienced hikers, I do not recommend you to solo hiking in this area, especially hiking at late evening or dark night. You should be accompanied in a group with an experienced leader.