I like the line of trees on the plateau and I think the color combination is gorgeous but I wish I can see more openings on the cliff. The far “wing” extends out and covers the openings on the far side of the cliff. Not quite sure if there is a different angle that would show them a bit more.
Thank you Adhika. I see your point but don’t recall the angle options as this image was taken in fall of 2018 and processed recently. I think that part of my reasoning for the angle chosen was the diagonal flow of the image as opposed to being straight on.
An interesting set of formations. I like the way you used the trees here, I think it makes the image more visually dynamic than a “hoodoos only” shot. I find the “cathedral arches” to be the most visually interesting thing about the image, and would do some tweaks to help emphasize them more.
I would crop away some from the bottom, in part to make the arches larger in the frame. I would also suggest burning down the brighter pillars in the foreground. This would also help place more emphasis on the arches. Here is a rework reflecting my comments.
The color combination works very well here as do the cathedral shaped formations. I am enjoying @Ed_McGuirk’s rework as the couple of tweaks with the crop and taming the high lights have elevated an already lovely image another notch. I could see a bit more trees in the URC, but it is not a deal breaker. This is nicely done.