On a visit to Monument Valley, baby boomers will find plenty of artistic photo opportunities. My chance came when I accompanied Alan on a photography workshop with Jim Altengarten of Exposure36 Photography. The great thing about Jim’s workshops is that he allows spouses to attend for a small fee and he doesn’t mind if they bring a camera along, as long as they don’t ask for instruction. While the real photographers set up their tripods for a photography competition, I stepped out of the way and took this shot.
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