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Bryce Canyon hike 2
Lens: Various Camera: K-20 Photo Location: Bryce Cyn Utah ISO: 100 
Posted By: SpecialK, 03-09-2012, 08:39 PM

This is Navajo Loop Trail, which I remember from a brief pass-by about 25 years earlier.






A bad scan from 25 years ago. (Canon 15mm f2.8).


"Wall Street"




Another bad scan from 25 years ago.


Coming out of wall Street.




Uphill the rest of the way.




The tallest knob is Thor's Hammer.


Temple of Osiris.


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03-09-2012, 08:49 PM   #2
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Kyle, these are all really great shots and those hoodoo's are too cool. We really liked the shot looking upward at Wall Street. Terri says she is sure glad you made the hike and posted here. Not sure if the knees or lungs could do it anymore.
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Terrific work on both series.
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Beautiful images. You have really captured the size of the place. The colours are amazing... I would love to go hiking through canyons one day. Thank you for sharing!

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Boy, that first picture brought back memories. We got caught in a freak hail storm just after starting on the section of trail in the photo and I lost my footing and slide halfway down until a nice German man stuck out his cane and caught me.
This is certainly color country and you captured it well.
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Fantastic! I'm really glad you posted all these photographs, and you have some gems! Makes me want to plan a trip!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Bob Harris Quote
Kyle, these are all really great shots and those hoodoo's are too cool. We really liked the shot looking upward at Wall Street. Terri says she is sure glad you made the hike and posted here. Not sure if the knees or lungs could do it anymore.
Thanks for the nice comments. I had a groin pull near the end that made it even more fun.

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Terrific work on both series.
Thanks! Glad you liked them. It is 95% location, 5% me, I'm sure.

QuoteOriginally posted by tessfully Quote
Beautiful images. You have really captured the size of the place. The colours are amazing... I would love to go hiking through canyons one day. Thank you for sharing!
You should go, it's a great spot - weather permitting (see below).

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Boy, that first picture brought back memories. We got caught in a freak hail storm just after starting on the section of trail in the photo and I lost my footing and slide halfway down until a nice German man stuck out his cane and caught me.
This is certainly color country and you captured it well.
I'm sure once you get rolling you will go for a good while:-)

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Fantastic! I'm really glad you posted all these photographs, and you have some gems! Makes me want to plan a trip!
Again, you should go. Zion is not that far away and makes a great double attraction.

I was there in early September May.

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These photo of Bryce for hikes 1, 2 and 3 look gorgeous to me - simply outstanding. I wonder how a B&W conversion of a shot or two of these stark, textured subjects would look.

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These photo of Bryce for hikes 1, 2 and 3 look gorgeous to me - simply outstanding. I wonder how a B&W conversion of a shot or two of these stark, textured subjects would look.

Jer
Here's a couple quickies using Elements preset conversions.

IR version.


I forget the actual conversion name.
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