Taken in Sedona Arizona as the sun was setting.
This photo was taken on the Pink Jeep Tour in Sedona when I was there with Sony. I used the Sony Cybershot TX5. The photo effect was the black and white setting, again, I only used the camera. I love this shot, the sky in Sedona is so clear and amazing.
This is another photo that I took with the Sony Cybershot TX5 in the painting mode in the photo art feature while I was in Arizona with Sony. And here is the photo without the camera effect.
I love using the Sony Cybershot with the photo effects. You save so much time seeing it right away instead of using some sort of photo editing software to make the effect.
Sometimes in life I feel like this. Which way should I go, should I go left or right, should I accept this contract or that contract. How many hours should I work, how do I stop everything and play My Little Ponies with my daughter? What should I have for lunch today? Every day questions make me wonder which way I should go.
Spending four days in the Arizona sun in Sedona was quite calming to my soul. Every day was peaceful; I woke up happy and ready to face each day. Mostly I felt like the sun was the most refreshing part of the trip. The mediation, eating lunch on the river, sipping wine by the fire might have had something to do with it too. Or it could have been the Sedona spirits, and vortexes that calm everyone while they are in Sedona. People experience Sedona in so many different ways. My thoughts were who needs a direction when you’re in the presence of God’s beautiful creation.
Plus I think the Sedona vortexes have no sense of direction.
Which direction would you go?
My trip and expenses for discovering Sedona with Sony Cameras was paid for by Sony.
Now using the Photo Editor Color Pop feature built into the Sony HD NEX C-3.