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Bruneau Canyon Overlook
Photo By Phil Maranda

  • Title: Bruneau Canyon Overlook
  • State/Province/Region: Idaho
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: State Highway 78
  • Nearest Town: Hot Spring
  • Brief Directions: After leaving I-85 at Mountain Home take Hwy. 51 to Bruneau. Ask someone in town where the road is to Bruneau Canyon Overlook. It's a dirt road, so be careful!
  • Notes: Puffy clouds, with a rich, blue sky in the back ground, tend to add depth to the photographs here. The canyon walls are covered with foliage, which adds a myriad of green shades to the compositions. The late afternoon usually produces the best lighting conditions.
  • Best Season: Spring
  • Gear: Wind jacket, polarizer filter, grippy shoes
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