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Lens: 70mm ltd. Camera: K5 Photo Location: Bryce Canyon NP, Utah 
Posted By: Bob Harris, 03-11-2014, 08:57 PM

you get a good perspective how large the hoodoo's are in Bryce Canyon when viewing the road on the upper left, look carefully as there are two cars. A beautiful park that should be on that "bucket list" and the park is close to Zion to enjoy more of natures beauty

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Wow that is impressive ..are there trails in there ?
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Wow that is impressive ..are there trails in there ?
Quite a few trails in there Dave. I remember slipping on one of them during a sleet storm and being hooked by a man from Germany who grabbed my arm with his umbrella. Funny now but I didn't look so good in red mud. It is a beautiful place as is all the national parks in Utah. Quite a state for scenery. Thanks for this view Bob.
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Man, I like this one, buddy. Inclusion of the road and cars give the thing scale. It's been decades since I was there - amazing place.

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Quite a few trails in there Dave. I remember slipping on one of them during a sleet storm and being hooked by a man from Germany who grabbed my arm with his umbrella. Funny now but I didn't look so good in red mud. It is a beautiful place as is all the national parks in Utah. Quite a state for scenery. Thanks for this view Bob.
Dave, wouldn't you just love to see a pic of Susan in red mud, that would be a real keeper. Didn't Ray take a pic of you? That must of been quite a hike in the sleet, better to stay up top at an observation point for me.
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Dave, wouldn't you just love to see a pic of Susan in red mud, that would be a real keeper. Didn't Ray take a pic of you? That must of been quite a hike in the sleet, better to stay up top at an observation point for me.
It just so happens that red is not my color. It wasn't sleeting when we started. It wasn't even very cold. You know how the weather can change so fast out there. By the time we got down to the bottom of the canyon the sun was out and I dried off making me look like an adobe brick.
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Man, I like this one, buddy. Inclusion of the road and cars give the thing scale. It's been decades since I was there - amazing place.

Jer
thanks buddy, glad you enjoyed the view here. There's nothing like erosion and sandstone to photograph, my favorite landscape.
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It just so happens that red is not my color. It wasn't sleeting when we started. It wasn't even very cold. You know how the weather can change so fast out there. By the time we got down to the bottom of the canyon the sun was out and I dried off making me look like an adobe brick.
and now I really would like to see a photo Susan, too funny and have Ray keep that camera handy at all times.

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