Shooting landscapes is what first really got me into photography. The adventures you'd set out on with friends, the new friends made along the way, the incredible places you'd visit - there's just nothing else quite like it. But when I picked up my first DSLR I realized theres a lot more to taking photographs than just finding the right composition, having the proper settings on your camera, and pressing the shutter button.
I began my hike from the Hualapai Hilltop parking lot around 5 AM. The trail starts off going down a series of switchbacks where you descend around 1,000 feet in the first mile or so. Almost immediately I ran into my first obstacle; four horses, two of which were babies. The trail was quite narrow, so I made sure not to get too close to the horses as they were slowly walking down in front of me.