Lake Powell Reflections, Arizona, USA by Howard Paley

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Mid-afternoon canyon reflections in the mouth of Antelope Canyon that empties into Lake Powell in northern Arizona. This photo was taken during a great fishing trip with my son and a good friend many years ago. We rented a powerboat at the Wahweap Marina and headed out hoping to spot a shad boil and catch some striped bass. The water level on the lake had dropped 100’ from our last outing a year earlier. We explored several narrow canyon passages along the south shore of the lake and east of the marina. This image was scanned from negative and shot with a Nikon F5, Nikkor 35-105 Lens and Tiffin Enhancing Filter with Fuji 100 Velvia, F11, 1/125s, +0.7 ev.

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