“When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the universe.”
A day after hiking up onto a bear in Yosemite I had a little more comfortable encounter with a male cinnamon black bear. While driving the upper back country on our way out of Yosemite National Park we went on a little used back road this bear walked out in front of the vehicle. I rolled down the back window and took a couple of shots as the bear slipped through the shadows of the forest.
“On earth there is no heaven, but there are pieces of it.”
Sunrise from the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. I have seen many things in my life, but I still cannot get over the sunrises that I have been fortunate to witness and enjoy. One of the most amazing places to enjoy the sunrise and the view is Grand Canyon National Park. This was only a five minute walk from the lodge at the North Rim.
I arrived at Bryce Canyon a few hours before sunset and I was able to spend some time scouting for a good position for sunset. Although the clouds did not clear as much as I hoped it was still a great nature show. I spent the morning before dawn in the park. I hiked down into the canyon a bit to find a good spot for sunrise. Get there before sunrise and wait till the sun is up to watch the colors change. If you have time hike down, but remember you have to come back up. Allow yourself some time to go off the beaten path a bit in order to find some amazing shots and less seen views. To allow more time at Bryce my group and I chose to skip Zion and visit another time when we could truly experience the park.
To see more pictures from my trip as I go visit Wild Radiance Photography, LLC on Facebook. Next post will be Grand Canyon National Park.
After hiking down into the canyon a little before light I was able to photograph a beautiful sunrise at Bryce Canyon National Park. This was shooting away from the sun as the light bounced off of the clouds from a passing storm.