Bryce Canyon

 

Bryce Canyon was the second destination of our trek out west. Located in southwest Utah, Bryce Canyon is really a forest of stone with its plethora of hoodoos (eroded rock pillars). We arrived at Bryce just as the sun was beginning its descent so we decided to visit the amphitheater, which is known as being one of the prime locations for capturing golden hour shots. Unfortunately, we visited the canyon on an extremely windy and chilly day, which only progressed into worse conditions as we climbed higher. As with all hard-earned photos, though, the adversity was well worth it in the end and I was able to frame up this capture.

// ig: hunter_schlottman //

 

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I am an eighteen-year-old aspiring photographer residing in Prior Lake, Minnesota. I love traveling and meeting new people. I love all things nature but I especially have an interest in beautiful landscapes. Critique and tips are greatly appreciated.

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