Dead Horse Point

© Charlie Brown

Dead Horse Point

Uploaded: September 01, 2001


Early morning at Dead Horse Point State Park, Utah. Panorama is a composite image of six photos taken with a Sony DSC F-505V digital camera.


Mark Antony Franklin September 08, 2001


There's not a lot I can say about this photo - except that it's one of the most stunning natural landscape photographs, that I have ever seen! It's incredibly good - thanks for showing it!



Charlie Brown September 08, 2001

Thanks for your very kind words! This is a particularly favorite area of ours. We love the 4-wheel drive down in the canyon along the White Rim Road that follows the "Goose Neck" of the Colorado River (to the right in the photo). Thanks again. Charlie #1018

September 12, 2001

I was very impressed with this panoramic photo. Could you give some detail on your technique, equipment & software and digital printing? I would love to be able to do a panoramic like this someday. You would probably appreciate some of Peter Lik's work done in Australia. Thanks for your help. #1101

September 21, 2001

Just came back from the Utah parks myself. I use 35MM so I'm waiting to get my pictures back. After seeing your work I hope to get a shot half as good. #1251

September 14, 2004

Was at Dead Horse Point 30 years ago. Glad to see that McDonald's doesn't take up part of the scene...yet. But it looks like the seldom traveled hardpan roads are getting more use for sure. #778830

September 20, 2006

Hi Charlie just browsing and came across this fantastic photo that you have taken very impressive! #3335074

John R. Sanchez June 28, 2007

Simply amazing! #4453100

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