Photography – Zion and Bryce National Parks

I took this trip at the end of March, 2011. I experienced snow, rain, and sunny, 70 degree weather in the space of four days. This was also the first time I used my camera, which has proved to be the second best investment I have ever made – after my Honda Civic, which has still never let me down after 9 years.

 Bryce Canyon at Sunrise Point during Sunrise
 Taking shelter in a cave during a rainstorm
 Checkerboard Mesa as the storm was breaking up
 Weeping Rock Falls
 Weeping Rock Falls in profile
 Snow icing the hoodoos at Bryce
 A solitary hoodoo meditating over Bryce Amphitheatre
 One of the Kolob Canyons
 Small moments on the Observation Point Trail
 Big moments on the Observation Point Trail
 Storm Clearing at Canyon Overlook
 Branches dripping during the storm
 Echo Canyon slot
 Snows on the Bryce Canyon rim
Storm clearing over Zion Canyon
 Zion Canyon and the Virgin River during the storm
 Wall of Windows on the Peek-a-Boo Loop
 Spring wildflowers on the canyon floor
Me at Yovimpa Point in Bryce Canyon
Branches on the Observation Point Trail

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