Friday, July 03, 2009

Bryce IR 20 June 2009 DSC_8339

I'm nearly done with the B&W set of captures taken at Bryce Canyon and while a daunting task I'm getting charge to dive into the color and high dynamic range sets. A bit ironic in that I've focused on the black and white views of a vista that explodes with color.

Here's a capture looking away (towards the west) from one of the numerous and excellent vantage points onto Bryce Canyon Utah. This shot nicely reveals the alpine nature of the region (the viewpoints are nearly 10,000 ft above sea level) as wells as the never ending thunderstorms (seen off in the distance) that have provide the rain that in turn has etched out the canyon.

This capture was taken a few minutes after one of those micro thunderstorms raced over this spot.

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