The odds for a good sunset on this evening were not in my favor, as there was supposed to be a buildup of clouds coming in from the west that had the potential to block the sunset. I was fortunate, however, in that there must have been a gap in those clouds over the horizon that allowed the sun, which had already set from my location, to color the underside of the clouds above Horseshoe Bend a deep red for just a few moments.
The detail in this image is outrageous. There is a tiny dot you may be able to make out in the river to the right of the central rock formation. That dot is a boat with two people fishing in it and this can be clearly seen in prints of sufficient size.
This image looks outstanding on Metal or with face-mounted Acrylic, as the gloss and saturation really make the colors pop.
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