Thank you so much. I feel so lucky to catch this cliff just when it was in its full glory. It had snowed three days before but due to very low temps,8-14F, the snow had stayed.
Thanks for dropping by,
it looks great.
Many thanks Tomek.
Another great pic!
Many thanks Imontop. I feel lucky to have been there to capture the moment.
Love your "Moon Rising" photo, as well as your profile image.
Hope to check out the rest of your collection.
Geez, Marc. This is great. Looks like your
impressive photo collection is neverending!
Makes me feel guilty - guess I need to turn
off the television and get out more!!!
Many thanks Larry,
I was just lucky to be there after a snowstorm. You know what a little does to photographs. Hiking up the trails was a different story though. Deep snow in many places, and lots of ice on others. But, we loved it anyway.
Thanks for dropping by Larry,
Thanks again Christian.
This shot was purely a matter of luck. All I had to do was to walk a few minutes down the road to get it. But, the road was icy and the shoulder was covered by snow.
What kind of camera do you use? Just amazing color.
Thanks for the compliment. Zion NP rocks are very red, and they get even more red when they are a little moist.
I think I used a Nikon D90 with a 18-105mm lens.
My father gave me his old canon xt. Whell it like 4 yrs old but still takes good shots. I also have that lens to so I will take it with me on my next trip. Going to the Sangre de cristo range in june. Im taking a friend that has never been to the mountains befor so it will be a chill trip. Dont want to push him to hard for the first time. I think there will be a lot of time to practice my photo skills.. Thanks for responding. GERTS
How the rich red color of the rock contrasts with the bright white of the snow!
What can I say! It's the red cliffs of Utah. I happen to be there after a snowstorm. Is that lucky or what! It just happened again last week. We were in Zion right after even a bigger snowstorm. I took several hundreds photos. I love these digital cameras. I just have to figure out what to do with all the photos!
I'd say don't feed them to the ducks - haha!
Feed them to us!!! :-)