& stunning mountain scenery!
Thank you so much, advlov. I am glad you like this photo.
All the best,
makes Zion very attractive. Should be in a National Park guidebook.
Thanks ND. The National Park people didn't offer enough money so I guess I'll have to sell the photo to National Geographic.
Another outstanding Utah photo of yours Marc. Zion National Park is just one of too many reason why I will not leave Utah. Thanks for sharing this one.
Thank you so much, Trevor. Yes, you have a beautiful state there and I'd move there in a heartbeat, only if I could.
That's a great shot. I've only been to Zion once, definitely need to go back.
Thank you very much for the visit and the compliment.
Zion is one place I never miss when traveling through. It's definitely a must.
Those are impressive, those pinnacles!
There are three side-by-side formations there that produce "Court of The Patriarchs." They are very similar and this is the middle formation. I will post the other two in the future as well.
Thank you very much for the visit and the compliment, Eric.
I forgot to mention the amazing symmetry you got into this picture - one really sees an enormous W!
Thanks again, Eric. The symmetry comes from my being such a square. Yes, the enormous W, as in the enormous W in the Andromeda Constellation.
looks very impressive. The light is certainly in the right place for the shot.
This is the mid afternoon sun and I was lucky to catch Zion after a snowstorm on a clear day. On all of my previous visits to Zion I had nothing but clouds and haze. This time I got lucky.
Thank you for the kind words, Charles.
Have the best of holidays,
thanks and you too!
Love the contrast of different colors and the shadows on the main rock. CJ
This is the middle formation of the "Court of the Patriarchs" The rocks are convoluted producing great contrast between light and shadows.
Thank you so much for the visit and the support, CJ,
Zion looks like a marvelous place, for certain.
Tim, you wont believe your eyes. It's like Yosemite except with red sandstone walls. When the rocks get wet by melting snow, you get all kinds of colors from white to black with everything in between. It's photographers paradise.