Just beyond the Drumheller, AB Hoodoo tourist stop with metal walkways, stairs and platforms we spotted this spire. The car was barely at a stop when I jumped out and looked for a way to reach this unique natural structure.
Nikon D610, Nikor 28 – 300 mm lens; f/8, ISO 100; 1/60.
It wasn’t difficult to reach the spire. I soon realized that the best vantage point for an image capture would be from behind the spire looking out over the river valley.
Nikon D610, Sigma 12-24 mm lens; f/8, ISO 100; 1/100
Once in that position I had a careful look around and to my left (east of the spire) I spotted this pyramidal structure with signs of a human touch…
“...the most direct way to spontaneous creativity is not in 'breaking the rules.' It is in making contact with the world before there are rules at all... In Nalanda Miksang we work with what we see.” — John McQuade