OK, there are millions of images of the Grand Canyon taken from Yavapi Point on South Rim – but this is my image, and I think the colours are stunning. This was our last night camping – the next day we went to Las Vegas, the day after I flew home. Again this is composed from several 35mm frames.
Of course it is far more impressive in a larger size!
Part of my trip to the US in 2006 was a trip to many of the famous places in the south-west. I went with a trip that camped usually in a National Park and was deeply impressed with them. This is taken from one of our campsites at Squaw Flats, which is in Canyonlands National Park.
This image is another stitched one, this time of two 35mm frames.
The PPG Plaza is the most amazing building – a sort of gothic creation in black glass! I first saw when we popped out from a tunnel under the hills to the south of Pittsburgh and though the Houses of Parliament had been given a rather drastic makeover and moved a few thousand miles.
It does, however, make a great photographic subject. What I love about this image is the contrast between the hardness and geometry of the building and the lovely bright spring green in the potted trees.