I was in the third part of my 5-part U.S. tour, road tripping from L.A. to San Francisco. I had been more than two weeks on the road, and the trip was getting harder, since the temperature in Utah at the begining of March can be under 30° during the night. I decided to rest two days in the small town of Moab, famous to be between Canyonland and Arches national park, paradises for photographers. The very day the picture was shot, the wind was very strong, it was nearly impossible to stand at Delicate Arch, therefore, impossible to shoot it with a tripod. So I decided to find another angle to shoot the arch, and I finally found one, from the Delicate Arch View Point, where the wind was weaker, and which gave a unusual view of the arch.
Sebastien Mamy is a Paris based landscape and nature photographer. He started in 2003 and since works for magazines, travel agencies and organizations. Most of his work is related to landscape photography, a way for him to share his passion for nature. Now, some of his works are also available in limited edition art prints, both in coloured and black and white editions. You can see more of his work on his website.