Leaning Tree

Bryce Canyon NP, Utah. Thanks for commenting.

Posted by Jeff Dye on Mon, 04/04/16 17:12
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Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Mon, 04/04/16 19:17

The reds of the sandstone and the greens of the evergreens stand out well against the blanket of white snow with the diagonal lines of the rock formation and the trees leading the eyes of the viewer down through the setting.

I'm glad I can view this image through the screen on my computer rather than in person through the camera lens. Much as I like winter time and photos with a winter time feel I'm getting depressed by our continual return to winter.

Comments by Paul Bracey on Mon, 04/04/16 20:34

Unlike Jan, this is exactly the kind of weather I had hoped to be able
to find when I visited Utah in March. However, the weather was
unseasonably warm and we were cursed with beautiful weather. Now you're
just stoking the fires of location envy. :P

Comments by Jeff Dye on Mon, 04/04/16 23:00

The screen can't compare to being there.

Comments by Nathan Leonard Kern on Tue, 04/05/16 09:28

A very nice image of Bryce with most of it's red rock covered with snow. I wonder I would have been able to say where it was taken if you did not had named it?

Comments by JP Zorn on Wed, 04/06/16 07:12

The composition and color/light are quite nice.

Comments by Barry Dickieson on Sun, 08/06/17 18:15

Nice combination of warm colour and cold white - not something I
typically see in winter.