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Bryce Canyon
Photo By Ray Downs

  • Title: Bryce Canyon
  • State/Province/Region: Utah
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Bryce Canyon National Park
  • Nearest Town: Bryce
  • Brief Directions: Adding a three dimensional view of the Canyon is easy if you add a forground element. Here the tree and snow add that effect.
  • Notes: Would have been better with clouds and sun burst but it was not to be on this day. Cold and clear...
  • Best Season: Winter
  • Description: With the sun getting low in the sky I set up my tripod along the rim working to get the light and the limb in the picture.
  • Gear: Canon 1D MK 4, Tamron 24-70mm F/ 2.8. 1/25, F10
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    Re: Giraffe Sunset - Out Of The Dust

    Posted on Monday 20 October, 2014 by Jim Schlett.

    Very well done

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    Posted on Monday 20 October, 2014 by Valerie Millett.

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  • Re: Reverence

    Re: Reverence

    Posted on Monday 20 October, 2014 by Valerie Millett.

    Thanks Laura!! I walked into this little slot canyon till it was completely dark and thought I'd sort of found nothing much…then turned around and saw THIS. I was gem for sure.

  • Re: Giraffe Sunset - Out Of The Dust

    Re: Giraffe Sunset - Out Of The Dust

    Posted on Monday 20 October, 2014 by Kris Walkowski.

    Amazing!

  • Re: Reverence

    Re: Reverence

    Posted on Monday 20 October, 2014 by Laura Zirino.

    Wow, just beautiful! The light is perfect and I love the curve of the tree and the lines of the canyon wall.