Photographer's Note

This is a shot taken in Bryce Canyon National Park. Another American National Park that i've been wanting to visit for a long time now.

We were so lucky to have had a snow storm the night before we arrived, the snow made everything so much more beautiful.

Between the two Parks, Zion & Bryce Canyon, there's more variations of nature in Zion, while Bryce Canyon is basically one large Canyon, & colder due to its higher elevation.

When we were in Zion, it was anywhere between -5 to +5 Degrees. In Bryce Canyon it was -20 Degrees!!!!!

However, that didn't stop me from hiking and enjoying the sun and snow. This shot was taken on a tremendous hike through the Canyon, and this rock face is incredibly huge! Even my wide angle at 8mm had a hard time fitting it inside the frame.

The good thing about the cold weather was the fact we basically had the entire hike to ourselves. Its a very strange feeling to be so alone in such a large park. We came across many people taking photos at viewpoints (accessed by car), but not many people at all hiking down inside the Canyon's floor like we did.

I'll post several more shots from both Zion and Bryce. Hope you like this one.

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