I’m not the kind of photographer who sets things up, or imagines a photo and then creates it. I’m more the seat-of-the-pants, hope-I’ll-run-across-a-photo kind of photographer. I want to learn Photoshop, but I’ve never used it yet. This takes more luck than skill. You gotta be in the right place at the right time. Take this photo for instance, taken in Arizona’s Canyon de Chelly where the Anasazi tribe hung out–grew crops, raised livestock–for a while and then some how…disappeared. No one knows the story. Drought, Apaches, dead dirt? Anyway, here I am peering into their land, when the sun was in the right place to create my shadow below me.