Piece description from the artist
Sun rays broke for a few minutes at the Grand Canyon National Park after a massive blizzard. On this day in January snowed at central and northern Arizona for about 20 straight hours. The most amazing part of that day was that even though it was snowing hard at the top rim, the snow would melt before it reached the lower elevations (with much warmer temperatures) and you can see that difference in the image.
Danilo Faria grew up in Minas Gerais, Brazil, and developed a love for photography at a young age.
As an artist, Danilo's mission is to provide edgy, sophisticated, and artistic images, and he is committed to creating a dynamic, unique and modern look with digital photography. He loves to create texture, color, surrealism, and drama in his photographs by using contemporary post-processing and "extreme exposure".
In doing so, Danilo has explored many fields of photography with an emphasis on scenic landscapes, architecture, and panoramic images. He has also expressed and developed his love for long exposure photography, as seen on his latest work. Some of his favorite locations include Arizona, Utah, Colorado, California, New Mexico, Brazil, and New York.