Hoover Dam through a Fish Eye

On a recent trip to the Grand Canyon we stopped at the Hoover Dam to do the regular tourist thing. I took the opportunity to tray a few different angles with my 16MM fish eye lens.

I took my 16mm fisheye with me on a trip to the Hover Dam so I could try out a couple of interesting angles

I took my 16mm fisheye with me on a trip to the Hover Dam so I could try out a couple of interesting angles
I took my 16mm fisheye with me on a trip to the Hover Dam so I could try out a couple of interesting angles

Getting ready for the Grand Canyon

Here I go on my next adventure the Rim to Rim to Rim of the Grand Canyon.

I am almost al packed and ready to go for 5 days of hiking with all my gear and food. It is strange to start an adventure starting in the cool weather and hiking down 5000 feet to the warmth.

I was there last October and hiked down to the 3 mile point on the Bright Angel trail. I did spend the night on the windy and cold edge waiting for the dawn to get this shot. I did try some night shots, but the wind was so fierce that I could barely open the car door and it was dangerous to hang around the rim.

The view from the very windy Navajo Point on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon in Arizona USA. The Grand Canyon just left me breathless with its majestic views throughout the day.