Preview Of Last Week’s Trip To the Aptly Named Cathedral Valley


Cathedral Valley is in a remote section of the remote Capitol Reef National Park in Utah. You have to drive about 25 miles on a rough and rocky road from the central area of the park to get there. I hope they never build a paved road to Cathedral Valley because those who travel on the road are truly rewarded for their effort. Here’s a glimpse of the valley nearing sunset. Many more images to follow soon.

The only things missing from this cathedral-like setting are the Gargoyles!

Wide angle shot using 2 images.

 

Super wide angle stitching 3 images in Photoshop.

 

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2 comments

  1. What an amazing landscape and photos.

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