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Waiting For The Sunrise - Dead Horse Point Utah is a photograph by Steve Ohlsen which was uploaded on March 10th, 2011.

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Hi Steve. I like the artistic effect you added. It's also a spectacular shot. Not sure I would be as comfortable near the edge like that. Roseann

Steve Ohlsen replied:

Hi, Roseann! Thanks for the kind comments! You know, since that trip, I look back and can't believe we got so close to the edge like that. Hello....! 2,000 foot drop approaching.....! Anybody home...!? Ah, to be young, invincible, and stupid.