If you have not gotten the chance to visit the Antelope Canyon, I highly suggest you do. This is one of the many slot canyons throughout the Southwest. They are formed over millions of years from flash floods carving away the sandstone. As I took a tour through the Upper Antelope, my guide pointed out this formation that looks like a heart. I then framed my shot and left the shutter open for a long time in order to capture the deep red, yellow, and purple colors.
Put camera on roundabout, used closed apperture low iso and slow shutter speed, with camera in mirrow up mode with a wireless remote to trigger shutter. This allowed me to move arondabout slowly to keep the teddy sharp while ensuring the background would blur to give a sense of movement.