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I joined fellow photographer and friend, Dustin LeFevre, on a week long photo trip to southern Utah and northern Arizona. At the end of a long winter day shooting Antelope Canyon, we literally ran to the cliff edge of the Colorado River to capture Horseshoe Bend before the sun set. The sun was moving down on the horizon so quickly, so we sprinted to get there in time. I nearly had a heart attack in the process. Upon my arrival at the ledge, I setup the tripod as fast as I could, with sweat pouring down my face, extending tripod legs in between deep, gasping breaths, then snapped this one. Just seconds later the sun was gone. Made it just in time!