Bryce Canyon Utah



Arriving at Ruby’s Inn in the Late Afternoon, snow had been falling since we had left Zion National Park. The snow was a lot heavier here at it is 8300 feet above sea level. It snowed all night and I was beginning to think that maybe it had not been such a good idea to push my luck for photography at such a high altitude at this time of the year. However the Park remained open and Snow ploughs were operating inside the park all day. They kept the main roads open and the scenic rim outlooks. We had a great time. Quiet and peaceful with not too many tourists, it was a memorable day. Most of the photo’s posted here were not too difficult to obtain. Some I trudged for a while, particularly if I wanted as good foreground.

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