Thank you so much.
I feel lucky to have visited Zion a few days after a snowstorm.
There was also a cold snap that lasted a few days. All the trails and the roads were frozen, but it was the best time for taking photos.
Thank you Radek. You know how beautiful red color rocks can be in Zion. And when you throw a little white in there, the red jumps out even more. Same with green bushes and trees. On my previous visits to Zion, even though they were in winter, I had nothing but grey skies, leafless trees, or no camera in pocket. I think I made up for it all this time.
Yes, there is always "A bunch" that can be said about Zion.
I think Larry, you can be the poet to write that poem about Zion. I hope you will, so that the rest of us can enjoy reading it while enjoying the awesome beauties Zion has to offer.
Thank you so much Eric. I was lucky to have so much snow on the ground at the time. The temps stayed below freezing and ice stayed plastered on the walls. All that and clear blue skies, what more could I ask for!
Thanks for the visit, Eric.
"After the first glass, you see things as you wish they were. After the second, you see things as they are not. Finally, you see things as they really are, which is the most horrible thing in the world."
--Oscar Wilde on Absinthe