Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah is a fairyland of red, orange, and white hoodoos and spires. The rim elevation varies from 8,000 to 9,000 feet.
Winter comes early. The park is open year-round but rooms at the lodge are generally closed January and February.
Rooms in the park can be difficult to obtain, so book early.
The shots in this article were taken in November. We were booked at Zion National Park which is about 90 minutes away, but when the weather forecast called for snow at Bryce, I double booked for a night hoping to catch snow on the hoodoos. These are the resultant images.
Continue reading “Bryce Canyon National Park, Winter Sunrise, Sunset Point”
The images were taken in early February after a winter snowfall. The next set of images were taken on a different day. Light constantly changes.
On the following set of images, the sun was higher in the sky then went behind a weak cloud at sunset so the colors are not as intense.
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