A Good Place To Be

Bryce Canyon NP, Utah in a crowd free winter. Thanks for commenting.

Posted by Jeff Dye on Thu, 03/09/17 10:37
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Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Thu, 03/09/17 12:19

A view to take one's breathe away and as you say taken in a crowd free winter with nothing for the viewer to deal with but the view, the color, the light and the peacefulness of the setting.

Comments by jj on Fri, 03/10/17 05:12

A good place, and a good time. I like the slightly unusual vertical proportions, it goes with this scene.

May I ask HOW you took that?

Comments by Sandi MacDonald on Fri, 03/10/17 08:07

Just lovely.;-)

Comments by Jeff Dye on Fri, 03/10/17 11:16

I'm don't know what you mean by " vertical proportions" and "how I took it." The
formations in the bowl are called hoodoos and have been formed and continue to be
formed by the forces of nature. As you can see they vary in size. I'm on the path that
follows the edge of the rim and used a bank of snow to border the bottom of the
composition with a moderate wide angle lens. I hope this answers your question.