To paraphrase Mr. Cruise, Bryce Canyon is a target-rich environment for photographers! Spectacular, colorful rock formations are visible from many vantage points. Neither photos nor words describe the unworldly beauty of the Park.
My friend Dan and I ventured to Bryce Canyon on April Fool’s Day a few years ago.
In the early morning, we drove to the end of Scenic Drive at Rainbow Point, elevation 9,100 feet. There was still some snow on the north-facing cliffs.
I proceeded to take photos from Rainbow, Sunrise, Sunset and other Points while returning along Scenic Drive.
The visual perspective is one of looking down at the soft limestone hoodoos glowing in shades of pinks, reds, yellows, oranges and creams.