What a fun thread! Thanks for starting it Doug.
That's me in a cave formed from an old keyhole pourover, Stevens Gulch in the Escalante National Monument, Utah, March 2006. Using a tripod (this was dusk) and an Optio WPi camera.
My hiking partner, an East Indian named Aroh, and I had walked down from our camp just up the gulch to fetch water, since the creek was dry above this spot. We camped underneath an arch at the canyon's edge, one of the coolest places I've ever spent the night in wilderness. Owls howling, lizards all over the place, cacti, poison oak, absolute raw bliss. Stephens is less than sanitized, I highly recommend it for canyon goers.