Looking through my archives, I found this little gem, and wanted to share a new perspective I have on it, without color. I feel that my eye follows the path of light better without being distracted by the potent red and magenta hues.
To create the “sand fall,” my Native American trail guide hurled sand onto the rock five or six times, and then ran out of the frame. When we were done shooting this scene I asked him if he considered this a sacred place. He looked at me as if I were a child and replied, “Everything is sacred.”