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Posted By: Bob Harris, 11-30-2014, 06:48 PM

towers over the Zion valley.

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12-01-2014, 01:15 PM   #2
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Nice pic. Where is that?
Zion NP, Utah.
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Oh boy! I'm going there next April can't wait!
Bryce Canyon is a short day trip away from Zion and also a must see if you can fit it into your schedule. here is a link to a few photos I took.
https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/12-post-your-photos/280607-landscape-effe...sandstone.html
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An outstanding B&W, Bob. Sharp and bold.

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An outstanding B&W, Bob. Sharp and bold.

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thanks Jer, coming from you that's quite a compliment on b/w photos, much appreciated.
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Awwwwwwwwwww you are making me go there Bob ..... excellent.
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There is a nice hike around the base to a good view up the canyon.
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Very effective capture of the stark beauty!

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Awwwwwwwwwww you are making me go there Bob ..... excellent.
Just head south buddy, you'll get there eventually.

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There is a nice hike around the base to a good view up the canyon.
we did that when we were in our twenties Kyle, now I just take photos from the bottom of people taking the hike, much easier.

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Very effective capture of the stark beauty!
thank you Ranger for the kind words.
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This is a true monolith. Well taken shot.
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Wow, impressive!
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Nice treatment of an awesome scene, Bob.
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Wonderful photo! Very impressive and solemn!
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This is a true monolith. Well taken shot.
quite a sight to see EM, thank you.

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Wow, impressive!
thank you, glad you enjoyed the view.

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Nice treatment of an awesome scene, Bob.
thanks John, must appreciated.

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Wonderful photo! Very impressive and solemn!
quite stately to view in person no matter what time of day. thank you.
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Great job, Bob! Looks like a painting!
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