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AFW Glendale, AZ

AFW Glendale, AZ

Open Until 10 PM
5801 N 99th AVE
Glendale, AZ 85305
(602) 422-8800
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AFW Glendale, AZ

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Open Until 10 PM
5801 N 99th Ave
Glendale, AZ 85305
(602) 422-8800
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AFW Gilbert, AZ

32 mi.
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4700 S Power Rd
Gilbert, AZ 85296
(480) 500-4121
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  • Dragons Back 60x20 from Taylor Franta Photography.
  • Peak 12,968, San Juan Mountains, Colorado.
  • Located between Creede & Lake City.
  • This is not a very popular tourist destination but is a beautiful place to relax for a bit while listening to the falls.
  • On the day of this picture it had been raining all day but the clouds broke on the horizon right at sunset. It was still raining on me during this picture so the rain and mist from the waterfall lead to a very soft sunset.
  • There was a lightning storm raging off to the South and a gorgeous double rainbow behind me.
  • It was one of those rare instances where every direction was an entirely different, but beautiful scene.

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Taylor Franta Photography

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Taylor Franta

Taylor Franta Biography

Taylor Franta is a self taught photographer from Missouri. Contrary to many photographers, his goal is not to photograph a scene exactly as it is witnessed at any one moment but instead to photograph the impressions that scene gives. He aims to have the viewer feel the same awe as if they were actually there witnessing it for themselves. Because of this he tends to lean on many alternative photographic techniques, both in the camera and in post production. One such technique is to blend time into a single shot. This is not the same as a long exposure but instead incorporates anchoring the tripod and taking multiple pictures over the course of hours, often from well before the sun sets until its last light has faded from the sky. Certain parts of each of these images can then be combined into a single photograph so that the entire experience can be viewed instead of a sliver in time.

See more of Taylor Franta's photography visit [email protected]