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Entries by Clay Hunter
This picture is named Rain Over Bryce. There’s nothing like a rainy day, and that’s especially true in regards to Bryce Canyon. The canyon itself turns completely different, and quite stunning. So don’t let a few rain clouds damper your plans on visiting the park. Rain over Bryce Canyon by Josh Spradling on 500px
Description: Prepare for one of the most spectacular hikes in Bryce Canyon, as Fairyland Loop Trail in Bryce Canyon leads you on the edge and below the labyrinths and amphitheaters, between spires and hoodoos and into the subterranean stone canyons of tan, white and pink. Experience an extensive hike descending close to 900 feet leading […]
In 1932 when my ancestors took a family reunion photo, they weren’t worried about our generation, as much as they were worried about lunch. However, I am very glad for the time they spared on various photos they took over the years as they’ve become priceless for the whole family. This summer when there is […]
It’s tough finding better hiking trails than this. Bryce Canyon offers some of the most scenic and rewarding hiking trails anywhere, and this photo is undeniable truth to that. So come soon, come often, just come to Bryce Canyon. Bryce 04 by Ronald Diel on 500px
Lightning Over Bryce There are few light shows that can even compare to the show mother nature can put on (I’m looking at you Las Vegas). Although in comparison, it’s quite unpredictable, which is why capturing an image like this of lightning over Bryce Canyon is so incredible. Lightning over Bryce Canyon by Stefan Mitterwallner […]