|Nature Photography by Rob Gray :: Image #00114|
The Grand Canyon is one of my favourite spots, and the location of the workshops I used to run in the Blue Mountains.
On this occasion I was leading a group of friends from my local camera club when it started raining and we sheltered under a rock overhang.
Being as we were all photographers we decided to make the most of the inconvenience and proceeded to set up our cameras within the 20 or so yards of shelter afforded by the overhang.
Later many of us brought the resultant prints to a club meeting and no two shots were the same. In fact they were hardly even close.
It's amazing how different eyes saw different things, and different technical stills produced vastly different prints.