Bryce Canyon National Park

Thor’s Hammer, Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

A Midwinter's Night Dream

Capturing the majestic hoodoos of Bryce Canyon National Park is an amazing experience for any landscape photographer. One in the particular, the Thor’s Hammer, has captivated the imagination of generations, rising approximately 150 feet (46 meters) above the canyon floor. Part of the Claron Formation and consisting of predominantly limestone, it arose from a prehistoric […]





Rim Trail, Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

"Bryce Alpenglow"

The Rim Trail, extending from Fairyland to Bryce Point, offers stunning vistas of the Bryce amphitheater. The trail, 5.5 miles (9.6 km) long, climbs 1754 feet to a maximum elevation of 8354 feet (2546 m). While it does encompass some fantastic viewpoints such as Sunrise Point, Sunset Point and Inspiration Point, its true beauty lies […]





Sunrise Point, Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

Hoodoos at sunrise, Bryce Canyon

On such weekend evenings after a busy week of sweltering city life my thoughts inevitably drift off to the timeless permanence of the canyon country. Waking up on a frigid April morning to a buzzing phone alarm is all worth it; every such morning is filled with palpable excitement. Bundling up to see the sunrise […]





Inspiration Point, Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

Cinderella's Castle

Inspiration Point provides unparalled views of the Bryce Canyon National Park Amphitheater. Best viewed at sunrise or shortly thereafter, magnificent monuments of the Silent City may be seen on the left hand side. On the right side, one may see many fantastic structures, including Cinderella’s Castle, pictured below. If you are spending one day in […]





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