Thank you, Leya! 🙂
Thank you, Drake! 🙂
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Awesome response to this week’s theme. Love the color.
Appreciate so much your compliment, Reinhold! 🙂
Whoa!! Amy, this is incredible! What power you captured with form and the play of light and shadow. Beautiful shot, my friend!!! Just beautiful!! And the words about time …. yes, oh how true! Happy Sunday!! Love, Amy ❤
Awww, so very flattered by your compliment, Amy! It’s in the Antelope Canyon… Sorry for the late response, we were flying back from Canada yesterday. Love, Amy ❤ ❤
No need to apologize, Amy. I’m resting after caring for some pretty ill cats, one for a few months. I’m pretty much exhausted. (((HUGS))) Amy ❤
Wow, I cannot decide which is better … the photo itself or your thoughtful interpretation 🙂
I so glad you like both. I thought time flies when our vacation was to end… 🙂 You have a great trip back to Greece, how lucky to go back there again! 🙂
A fantastic capture, Amy. 🙂
Have a great Sunday,
Thank you, Pit! We are coming back home today. 🙂
Good morning, Amy. Amazing photo! Is this a continuing scene? I mean the sand continuously run through the rock? I am curious.
I enjoy reading your post on David. I love how you describe everything (tell stories).
Have a wonderful day!
Good Monday morning, Helen. The Antelope Canyon is very sandy and dusty. When it gets accumulated enough, it runs down through the rock. This time the tour guide demo it to us with a handful of sands.
Thank you for reading David. The way how they move the sculpture blew me always…
Sorry for the late response. We were flying back to TX from Canada yesterday. 🙂
Great shot, Amy! And so wonderful warm colors.
Thank you, Ulli! This is such a unique spot in the Antelope Canyon. 🙂
Perfect shot Amy – wonderful capture of light.
Thank you, Mary! So glad I could share it with you. 🙂
Excellent photo Amy. Where was this image taken?
This is one of awesome spots in the Antelope Canyon. Thank you for visiting, LuAnee!
What a creative take on ! Brilliant !
Thank you for liking it, Rashmi! 🙂 Sands rushed into the ground quickly…
The colors and light, the shapes and details are all so interesting; such an engaging image.
Thank you, Charlie! This is one of the unique spots in the Upper Antelope Canyon. 🙂
Brilliant for this theme, Amy!
Thank you so much, Lisa for liking this one!
This is breathtaking. Love the nuance 🍸
This is an awesome spot in the Upper Antelope Canyon in AZ. 🙂 Thank you for visiting!
Incredible … great entry.
Thank you, Isadora! 🙂
Truly magnificent photo.
So glad you enjoyed it, Roslyn! 🙂
Amy this is so intriguing. What is causing the sand to run?
These are sand rocks. When sands accumulated high enough, they run through the rock. It blew me away…
Btw, we just got back from Banff. We planned the trip when you were off for your grand trip, I didn’t know when you’d be back. Our trip was packed for five days, we could use one more day. 🙂
Oh I hope you had a wonderful time! That’s too bad as we made a trip out to Banff on the weekend to have lunch with a blogger from Australia who was out there. So sorry to have missed you but hope you enjoyed it immensely!
We had a great time, stayed at the Fairmont hotel and joined the daily trip that the hotel arranged for us. I thought about you the whole time…
So glad it was a wonderful experience Amy. I look forward to the posts!
Aha very nice image! Antelope Canyon? 🙂
Yes, the Upper Antelope Canyon. 🙂 Thank you for visiting!
The sands of time, how perfect. How is this happening with the sand flowing like that? It’s fascinating.
It really is fascinating. When the sandy got accumulated higher than the rock, it run down through the rock… So glad I could share it with you, Gilly! 🙂
Bravo! Elegantly dramatic photo with depths of interpretation and animation. Thank you for sharing this wonderful piece of artwork. 🙂
Your comment means a lot to me, Gerry! Thank you so much for visiting. 🙂
Stunning shot Amy
Thank you so much, Raewyn! 🙂
What a beautiful interpretation of the challenge, Amy!!
Thank you, Tiny! This is a unique spot in the Upper Antelope Canyon. 🙂
Thank you so much for liking it! 🙂
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I really like this photo.
Happy to see you, Amy! 🙂 Glad you enjoyed it. Thank you for visiting! 🙂
Thank you, Indah! Lucky to be there… 🙂
great take on the challenge, Amy! awesome picture 🙂
Appreciate your compliment, Lola! 🙂
Wonderful concept for this Challenge – beautiful image.
Glad you like this one, Bj! 🙂
What a dramatic moment!
It was… had only a couple of second to capture it. Thank you, Maria!
Sand became rock and rock disintegrate as sand. Which come first, the chicken or the egg but I must say the photo is excellent. Again!
I haven’t thought about the chicken or the egg… makes me wonder… Thank you for like the photo. 🙂
I’ve loved this series on the Canyon Amy- I am awestruck!
This canyon is quite unique. Thank you Cybele. 🙂
Amy, this is such an amazing piece. It is so completely thrilling! The textures, and the motion. What a deliciously sensual experience this eye candy is!
Thank you for your compliment, Fimnora! I felt lucky to capture this one. 🙂
Amy, did you mention where this picture was taken? Oh, I found it when you replied to Amy, who is a rose like no other. This place is awesome. I liked the thought of sand passing through like time passing.
The rocks in the Antelope Canyon (Upper part) are so awesome! There are a few photos that I posted a couple of weeks ago: https://shareandconnect.wordpress.com/2015/06/29/monday-walk-the-antelope-canyon/ if you haven’t seen it. 🙂
I will go back and check this out. I don’t post photos but try to use words to create pictures on many subjects. So glad I am back in your circle.
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I had missed this one dear Amy!Beyond stunning,my friend!Great the symbol and the concept of presenting the merciless course of time.It keeps going and going and never comes back … Love to you & Kisses 🙂 ❤ xxx
I’m so glad you like it, dearest Doda! This is one of my fav photos. We must enjoy what we have… 🙂
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