These days, climate change has brought a lot of flooding everywhere. This year Zion National Park had some of their worst flash floods along the Virgin River.
I attended an Art Wolfe workshop in Zion in November 2004. It was a great experience and I stayed several days after the workshop to photograph the fall color. One night it rained quite heavily and the next morning the Virgin River was flooding and raging down the canyon. Wanting to capitalize on the situation, I slapped on a 24mm tilt/shift lens and fearlessly made my way to the river bank.
Exciting? Yes. Dangerous? Certainly. Stupid? Most definitely.
Here are a few more shots:
With the 90mm TSE:
Is this a composite: No
Canon EOS 1DS, EF 24mm TSE, 1/20sec @ f/16, ISO 100, Tripod, Polarizer.