In 1997 I had the opportunity to photograph with Cole Weston, surviving son of Edward Weston who was the hands for his father when Parkinson’s disease made it impossible to do his own processing. I had fallen in love with Weston’s photography as a college freshman and this opportunity became one of many incredible experiences. We hiked to this location in Oak Creek canyon, north of Sedona, Arizona and evidently it is a well-known photogenic spot because I saw it recently on CBS Sunday Morning closing nature essay. As soon as the image appeared on my TV screen it was transported back to that special place and I dug out some reflections from that shoot. This is one image of several in this portfolio that were taken while shooting with Cole Weston in Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon.