It's Phun Phriday again and time to talk about more Phun in Moab, Utah area.
No one who dares call themselves a photographer could possibly go to Moab, Utah and not get up very early one morning to drive the 32 miles or so and then hike in about 1/4 mile to get up to Mesa Arch in Canyonlands National Park to catch the sunrise. For our part we were there about 6:20 to be ready. The Arch faces almost due East and as you can see by the photo of the front of the arch below, immediately under the arch is a very large wall that reflects the morning sun up onto the underside creating the beautiful glow that you see on the photo above..
We were lucky because we got there on a morning when there weren't as many visitors as there are on many days, but I had to share the photo below to show you what it looks like behind the arch as the sun rises.
Since it is Phun Phriday, just phor phun when you leave your comment tell me how many were there for the sunrise that morning? I'll post the correct answer on Sunset Sunday.
As you know by now photography should be Phun and that's why I have my Phun Phriday! posts. Have you done something Phun, weird and/or creative lately? If so, leave a link to it in your comment or just tell us it's there so we can go find it. If not, I'd really love to hear from you anyway.