A few months ago I had the pleasure of taking a 10 day road trip through Utah and northern Arizona.
The itinerary was jam packed, visiting all 5 National Parks in Utah and other various sites along the way.
Bryce Canyon was a park I’d always wanted to visit and now I finally had my chance!
The hoodoos in Bryce Canyon were so interesting! I have never seen anything like them.
I took a LOT of photos but managed to narrow it down to just 10 to show you today.
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Let these photos inspire you to visit the beautiful Bryce Canyon!
Easily one of my favorite photos from my two days in Bryce. The hoodoos have such a beautiful glow when the sun hits them.
Looking up through the hoodoos on the Queens Garden Trail in Bryce Canyon. This is one of my favorite photos from the trip. No editing was required to make these gorgeous colors!
Hiking among the hoodoos on the Navajo/Queens Garden Loop Trail. If you look closely, you will spot several windows while hiking!
Thors Hammer is probably the most photographed rock formation in Bryce Canyon. It lights up a beautiful fire-orange when the sun sits it. Again, zero editing on this photo. The colors in Bryce are just that amazing.
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Most people associate an arch with Arches National Park; however, this arch is found in Bryce Canyon. Totally unexpected, it brought a little variety to seeing thousands of hoodoos for two days.
The Navajo Garden Trail in Bryce Canyon National Park lets you wander among the towering hoodoos!
Looking up at the hoodoos on the Queens Garden Trail
: Using a polarizing filter really makes the blue sky pop against the orange hoodoos! Tip Here are the top circular polarizing filters on Amazon.
This picture is one of my favorites because it captures the color variations of the hoodoos. Many of the hoodoos are pale orange at the top, then fade into a dark, red-orange near the bottom.
Another example of the beautiful changes in color.
Hope you enjoyed these photos! It was definitely hard to pick just 10, as Bryce Canyon has sooo many photography opportunities.
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