Here is another one of my shots from my trip to the Black Canyon of the Gunnison. It’s not of the canyon itself, per se.. there are lots of interesting things to take pictures of on the rim of the canyon. We just don’t have gnarly little trees here in the verdant Midwest – so I love taking pictures of them. There was a high wind from the right side of the frame when I took this shot – so it was difficult to get three bracketed shots off in the brief pauses between gusts. Fortunately, I was able to catch a 15-second break right when the light was perfect. To minimize motion blur across the three exposures, I had to boost the ISO to 800 to get faster exposures.
Vital Stats: Canon 5D Mark II w/Canon 17-40 f/4L @24mm ISO 800, f/23, 3 exposures centered around 1/20 sec.