I thought I would share some of the recent images from my recent workshop that I conducted in Bryce and Zion National Parks. We were blessed with new snow in Bryce although the temperature was only 2 degrees. We also got a special opportunity to shoot the setting moon on both days. The images below were taken on the second morning.
As you can see this is a special time when snow is covering the Hoodoos. Our next stop was for 3 more days at Zion National Park. Fortunately the weather was much more pleasant. Highs were in the low 60′s. The colors of the Cotton Wood trees were in their prime.
Finally on the way back to California I stopped along the Kolob Terrace Road. I found this field with amazing grasses that looked like they were combed or brushed. A cinder cone stands in the background.
I hope you can join me for one of these great workshops in 2012. And remember “Keep Shooting!”