Over the weekend of March 20-22 my friend Rick and I decided to take a quick three day foray into Southern Utah! In fact Southern Utah is perhaps my favorite location for landscape photography - and particularly Cottonwood Canyon road, perhaps the most scenic drives in the whole south west.
Anyways here are a few images. The first two are from Lake Powell/Glen Canyon, an area known as Alstrom Point. Rick had been here several times before, but this was my first. Here is what I seen.
Lake Powell - Fingera
Nikon D3, f16, 1s, 24-70 f2.8
Nikon D3 f19, 4s, 24-70 f2.8
The next day we were off the Yellow Rock off of Cottonwood Canyon road. Here are a couple of sunset images.
Cottonwood Canyon vista
Nikon D3 f16, 3s, 24-70 f2.8
Pink Castle Sunset
Nikon D3 f16, 4s, 24-70 f2.8
Then after sunset at yellow Rock we headed off to Bryce National Park hoping to catch a spectacular sunrise. Well the sun did rise, but there was not a cloud in sight! So in an effort to come away with something different I mounted my 200-400 f4 on my D3 and headed out to the rim. Here is what I seen.
Nikon D3, f 9.5, 1s, 200-400 f4
Well that is it, hope you enjoyed them. Please leave me a comment (now that I have the comment feature of my blog turned on), if you feel so inspired.