Snow Canyon State Park is about 15 minutes from where I live. When big cloud formations build on a day when the air is clear, I like to head to the park at sunset.
Feature Image Details
- EOS R5 Mirrorless Camera
- Canon 11-24 F4.0 L lens
- F19 for 1/8th second ISO 640, 11mm
I am just a few inches away from that big rock. An 11mm lens brings it all in. Here are a couple more images.
Here’s a vertical image from the opposite side.
Finally, here is a view from the top away from the sliding rock.
Sometimes the clouds turn nice colors at sunset and sometimes they don’t.
All of these images are from the “White Rocks” area of the park.
I covered the Petrified Dunes area of the park in my previous post.
See Petrified Dunes After Rain Storm – Snow Canyon State Park for more images.
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3 thoughts on “On the Verge of a Slide – Snow Canyon State Park”
Very nice as usual Mish.