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Postcards From Readers: Horseshoe Bend, Arizona

On one beautiful but windy afternoon, we visited the Horseshoe Bend in Arizona. It was so windy that my wife didn't dare standing close to the edge of the cliff when this photo was taken. This picture was taken with a fisheye lens in order to capture the captivating view.
On one beautiful but windy afternoon, we visited the Horseshoe Bend in Arizona. It was so windy that my wife didn't dare standing close to the edge of the cliff when this photo was taken. This picture was taken with a fisheye lens in order to capture the captivating view. Joe Cheung

The photographer: Joe Cheung of Sacramento

Behind the lens: On one beautiful but windy afternoon, we visited the Horseshoe Bend in Arizona. It was so windy that my wife (shown at left) didn’t dare stand close to the edge of the cliff when this photo was taken. This picture was taken with a fish-eye lens in order to capture the captivating view.

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