The spectacular southern deserts of Utah offer landscape that is mind-boggling, alien, exotic and rarely seen on our planet and Bryce Canyon is not an exception. When I visited this place ,like any other average visitor, gazing at towering ramparts I had one simple question in my mind: How were these formed? Bryce Canyon is one such landscape that shows Utah has truly been mother nature’s favorite playground. Contrary to its name, Bryce Canyon isn’t actually a canyon- it’s an amphitheater filled with thousands of rock formations called hoodoos. The constant forces of nature have caused this erosion, leaving behind delicate spires spiking out from the rim floor.It’s unlikely that you will find seclusion with environment at Bryce Canyon, but you are sure to find a terrain that will hold you in hypnotic trance the first time you lay eyes on it. With a landscape so unique combined with remarkable nuances of light , Bryce Canyon is truly a photographers paradise.
So sit back as I take you through this amazing scenery with these photographs which will tentalize your senses and will want you to pick your camera too.
Have you been to Bryce Canyon National Park? If you are planning a trip to Zion National Park , do add Bryce Canyon to your list and I promise you will not regret. From hiking adventures to convenient lookout points , Bryce Canyon will keep you captivated for days. If you have been to Bryce Canyon do share your favorite spots in the comments . I will love to hear about your experiences and thank you so much for stopping by.
PhotoCredits : PhotoStains