DEEP AND DEEPER

Depth

There’s deep and there’s deep. All kinds of depth. In the desert, in the water, in the snow. And there are more, but as it happens, I don’t have pictures of it. But there’s mud, and misery, soil and good old depth of field.

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. I am retired and delighted to be so. May I live long and write frequently.

15 thoughts on “DEEP AND DEEPER”

    1. It IS too big to capture with a still camera. The best you can do is try to capture a piece of it and leave the rest to the imagination. I think you could do better with video … if you were good. John Ford could do it.

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    1. Thank you!! I wish I’d had a wider lens with me when I was there. I have much better equipment now. I remember being so awe-struck by the HUGENESS of the canyon, I wasn’t sure any picture I took could possibly capture even a sense of the place. It’s quite overwhelming.

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    1. Usually I’m afraid of heights too … not enough to be a phobia, but enough to make me uncomfortable looking down from a height. But the Grand Canyon is so overwhelming in every way … not just depth, but size and color and texture. Locals call it “the big hole” and so it is. The hugest hole.

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