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Morning in Zion

Posted by netla (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 2, 07 at 6:24

A tree silhouetted against the red rock of Zion National Park

This was taken in Zion National Park in Utah.

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RE: Morning in Zion

Wonderful! That's one of the places that I would love to see in person.

RE: Morning in Zion

Pretty! We personally liked Bryce and Canyonlands much better. Guess we like being up and looking down better than being down and looking up!

RE: Morning in Zion

beautiful! very nice shot

RE: Morning in Zion

What a beautful morning...nice shot!

RE: Morning in Zion

Beautiful Shot!! I have a picture of the same tree but can't find it now. Yours is much more beautiful!

Zion really makes you feel like an ant. Everything is soooo massive and huge and you are soooo close to it all, and not looking at it from a distance. Definitely worth the trip there. I like the tunnel also.

Once again, nice shot!


RE: Morning in Zion

Beautiful shot! I love the silhouette effect.

RE: Morning in Zion

Thank you, everyone.

JoanMN, we visited Bryce and Canyonlands as well, and also Arches. All were gorgeous, but Bryce was my favourite. I'm still trying to decide which were the best photos I took there. With a digital camera and a big memory card one can't help taking hundreds of photos and it's hard work going through all of them.

Kt, I agree, places like Zion can make a person feel rather insignificant. I would have loved to be able to stop in the tunnel by one of the "windows" to just look at the view for a while.

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