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Utah National Parks
Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef and Canyonlands
Posted Tue 6 November 2007
Shot May 2007
49 images
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A selection of images from a whirlwind road trip tour that Kit and I took of three national parks in southern Utah last May. In the course of three days, we covered nearly 1,000 miles hitting Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef and Canyonlands National Parks and a bunch of stuff in between. Still being early spring, camping proved to be an exercise in braving temperatures near freezing, but the views were spectacular.
Snow begins to fall as deer feed in Bryce Canyon National Park
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Kit shooting deer
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Deer
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Old gas station in Cannonville, just a short distance from Bryce Canyon
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The Pink Hills as the sun begins to set
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The Pink Hills
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Dusk falls at Inspiration Point
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Dusk
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Dawn rises at Bryce Point
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The sun begins to peek over the horizon
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The brave few who ventured out at 5am in temps of around 0 C to see the sunrise
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Photographer shoots the sunrise at Bryce Point
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Sunrise at Bryce Point
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Sunrise photographer at Bryce Point
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Photographer's shadow
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Sunrise over rock formations
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