Sometimes black-and-white is the only way to go. There’s a timelessness to black-and-white landscapes that is almost universally appealing. This was taken while hiking through the mountain run-off in Sabino Canyon last week. My feet were wet and squishy from tromping through knee-deep water, tromping up to the Seven Falls area.
A thunderstorm rolled through and cut the hike short, but it was an exquisite several hours in the canyon.
Getting out into the world, walking the downtown streets or the canyons are going on my ‘urban hikes’ are terribly important to me. There’s so much to discover out there, even just walking around the block, if one takes a moment to concentrate, train themselves to really keep their eyes open all the time.
I hope you like today’s photograph. Cheers.
“If you want to be a better photographer, stand in front of more interesting stuff.”
— Jim Richardson