Bryce Canyon National Park is one of those places that you have to see to believe. The rare, colorful rock formations that resemble totem poles make for the most unbelievable sculptures. If you are bold enough to get up before the light comes up and head to the park before sunrise, you are in for a treat. When the first ray of light hits the hoodoos and turns them into lava and raging fire, no words can describe the scene. The spectacular entrance made by the sun on this particular morning was totally worth the frostbite I suffered during a windy, -12 degree January morning.
Milky Way over The Fortress, Bryce Canyon National Park. Early Spring, with a trace of snow. Most of my NightScapes are ONE exposure (less than 30 seconds), with just enough light painting added during the exposure to enhance landscape recognition. For more how-to and behind-the-scenes information about my NightScape work and other featured night photographers, visit my Into The Night Photography blog. For Milky Way photography workshops, visit my NightScape Events page. You can order PRINTS here.
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