Tall Tales From The Field

Catch Me If You Can

That is to photograph the elusive seasonal waterfalls at Zion National Park.  Visitors ask me where are the waterfalls.  I tell them, to their disappointment, that they only appear when it rains. Which it did earlier this week.  This was the only waterfall I spotted which combined with the fall colors in the park, presented some nice photo opportunities.

 

A seasonal waterfall flows from the top of Zion Canyon at Zion National Park, Utah

A seasonal waterfall flows from the top of Zion Canyon at Zion National Park, Utah

 

A seasonal waterfall flows from the top of Zion Canyon at Zion National Park, Utah

 

A seasonal waterfall flows from the top of Zion Canyon at Zion National Park, Utah

 

A seasonal waterfall flows from the top of Zion Canyon at Zion National Park, Utah

 

A seasonal waterfall flows from the top of Zion Canyon at Zion National Park, Utah

 

A seasonal waterfall flows from the top of Zion Canyon at Zion National Park, Utah

 

A seasonal waterfall flows from the top of Zion Canyon at Zion National Park, Utah

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6 responses

  1. Amy

    10 stars, Micheal!!!

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    November 20, 2015 at 2:33 PM

  2. We were at the lower Emerald Pools near Zion Lodge last weekend and there was very little water falling. More like a mist. But still nice to see.

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    November 20, 2015 at 3:22 PM

  3. amazing! Druß Alois

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    November 21, 2015 at 9:54 AM

  4. Love all the different colors in the rock, both wet and dry. Such a beautiful place!

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    November 21, 2015 at 6:55 PM

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