A gorgeous view of Zion Canyon with the Virgin River lit by the sunset. After waiting for over an hour for this sunset, I almost gave up as the sky wasn't turning colours.. and then it happened.
Full Moon Over Zion
Driving back late from Bryce Canyon, I decided to pull over at the Zion canyon junction bridge to capture the full moon light hit the mountains. Lucky to have some cars wiz by, made it a cool shot.
Why Did The Turkeys Cross The Street
A rafter of Turkeys crosses the highway at Zion National Park. They are coming out of the Virgin River, for a desert this water source brings an astonishing amount of wildlife to the area.
No matter where you look, there's beauty all around this pakr. Things you miss on the hike in, you appreciate on the hike out. After a magnificent view from the top of Angels Landing, Meghan takes a break to take in the view while doing a little stretching.
Full Moonlight Over Zion
A super moon lights up the road to Zion. I could not beleive how much the moon was lighting up.
A Tree's View
Being one of the oldest living organisms on earth, this tree surely had the Queen's Garned view of Bryce Canyon.
Glimpse of Light
Struggling to meet the light from the canyon floor. This lonesome tree, covered with darkness, focusing on glimpses of light for hundreds of years, has managed to pass the canyon walls for an amazing view. So amazing what nature determination can accomplish.
The Tree of 'Wall Street
‘Mighty Ook’s from little Acorns’, and in this case, a gigantic Douglas Fir, said to be over 500-years-old.
Super Moon Over Bryce Canyon
A giant natural amphitheaters, and the this evening’s feature; The super-moon. It's not just the moonrise; but also the last remaining light of the sunset that’s needed to capture this moment in a single frame with some details left in the moon.
To the eye, Bryce Canyon's Hoodoos look infinite. Everyone will see this same scene differently and at sunset even more beautiful.
Out here in the wilderness of Toadstools Hoodoos, where everything in nature is balanced. I found myself thinking of a good life balance. This photo couldn’t have captured this harmony better, capturing the balance of nature’s rock formations and my better half.