Off The Well-Beaten Path.
I showed you images from the iconic Narrows hike at Zion yesterday, but these images are from a small and remote slot canyon called Red Canyon outside the park. My friend Scott brought his adorable 6 -year old daughter along and she couldn’t get enough.
“I’m Only Happy When It Rains”
Because Zion National Park has a more ethereal look to it.
A Snowy Week At Zion National Park
We had anywhere from 7 to 10 inches this week so the fresh powder provided a contrast to the red rock architecture of Zion National Park.
Grand Canyon Winter- Part 2
More from last week’s trip to the South Rim. These images and more can be purchased as prints or downloadable files at What’s New at Dawn2dawn Photography. Word Press Bloggers receive a 25% discount by applying code WP2018
Zion Winter Day
Snow, rain and fog invaded Zion National Park the other day and fortunately my camera was available!
Wire Pass- Barely Passable
Wire Pass, along the Utah/Arizona border is a prelude to the more famous Buckskin Gulch. Unfortunately, Buckskin was full of water after recent rains so my friends Ali, Thomas and I settled for the narrow Wire Pass. …
On The Edge Of The Grand Canyon
My friend and fellow blogger, Ali Erdmann, visited the Grand Canyon for the first time recently and was overwhelmed. However, it didn’t take her long to embrace the canyon and venture to its edge. Thankfully she is an experienced rock climber and yoga practitioner. These images were shot from the North Rim at Grand Canyon…
The Grand Grand Canyon
From last week’s trip to the North Rim. You drive through thick Ponderosa Pine forests to get to the rim. Along with Aspen Tree Forests
Coalmine Canyon in Northern Arizona straddles the Navajo and Hopi Indian Reservations. Both claim Coalmine Canyon as theirs but whichever way you slice it, Coalmine is magnificent. I recently met a Hopi Indian Tribal Leader traveling through Zion National Park and she informed me that photography and painting are not allowed on Hopi land. She…
Ha Ho No Geh Canyon
It’s on Hopi Tribal land and is rarely visited by the Hopi or outsiders. These images are from a few years ago but I plan to revisit in a few weeks. If anyone wants to join me in exploring this remote and stark landscape near Tuba City Arizona, let me know. There are primitive places…