The textbook is called "Interconnections: Environment and Society", I've written it for my undergraduate students but the University of Nova Gorica want to publish it. I don't have a budget so I cannot pay you but I can acknowledge your art.
Is that all natural light, or is there any editing? You have a knack for capturing great lighting (I wonder how long you must wait in one place for these conditions?), and a great setup on your camera--very vivid, and small aperture. You are, more and more, worthy of the Magnum Photos Agency.
This is natural light. Long exposure. The light is ever changing in this canyon forming different shapes of faces of humans and animals on the rock walls. Spooky in a way. We had an Indian guide when we through here. Thanks again Sam.
Never been there so will have to go on the places to visit when I win the lottery (suppose I could just save up a bit ) Thanks for the advice - Definately doing New England in fall (prob next year though)
Thank you Spence! This is one amazing place. The forms, the color, the changing light....... Chills went down my spine when I viewed my images of this place after downloading from my camera. There where things, forms I never noticed when I was there. Spooky in a way. If you ever go to AZ, don't miss it! (...and take the extended photo tour. BTW - you can only enter this place with a Navajo guide).
BTW - After you said that, I see a bear an eagle, a coyote...... When I started looking at my Antelope Canyon images after I downloaded them from the camera, a chill went down my spine..... the faces, the animals. Thanks again.