Three inches can dramatically change the look of Zion National Park.
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Autumn In Zion Canyon
Made my way up Zion Canyon on Friday hoping for peak fall colors. I was not disappointed. Cottonwoods, Big-tooth Maples […]
Another Trek Up My Favorite Hike Anywhere!
I used my Google Pixel 2 Phone to get these images and none were altered in any way! Amazing Camera […]
Fall Colors Persist
In Southern Utah, cottonwood trees continue to display their brilliant colors.
Fall Colors In Zion Canyon
The fall colors invaded the main part of Zion National Park, at the 4,200 foot level. […]
Zion National Park’s Rain
The rain and wind storm swept through Zion yesterday and produced some great photo ops. More to follow. A […]
The Bad, the Good, The Ugly at Zion Today
Tremendous monsoonal thunderstorms ravaged Zion National Park today, closing the main road thru the park due to rock slides. But […]
Fall Colors Invade Zion Canyon- Part 1
Like an army of ants, autumn colors made its journey through Zion Canyon the past few weeks. Cottonwoods, maples and […]
A Friendly Walk Up the Narrows
Visiting friends, Ken and Rich from St. Louis, requested the mandatory stroll up Zion National Park’s The Narrows. A must […]