Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah (III)

SEPTEMBER 2003 – Bryce Amphitheater, seen from the Lower Inspiration Point at the Bryce National Park, Utah. © Mark Zanzig/

The story behind the image

If you’re looking for spectacular nature, Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah should be on your bucket list. To experience the park is an overwhelming experience.

We went twice to the National Park. Once in the afternoon, right after checking in at our hotel, and on the next morning, after checking out. After all, we wanted to see the main attractions both before sunset and after sunrise. It was worth it!

This image shows the Bryce Amphitheater in the morning. The spiked rock formations are called Wall Street, probably because they resemble the skyscrapers at the Wall Street in New York City.

Yes, Bryce Canyon National Park is a nature photographers dream come true, offering many shades of green, red, and blue (on good days). If you have enough time, we recommend going down for a hike between the rocks using the Navajo Loop Trail or the longer Peekaboo Loop Trail.

The high resolution image

Capture Date19-SEP-2003
LocationBryce Canyon National Park, Utah
CameraCanon AE-1 Program
Image SourceFuji Slide Film
Digital Image SourceMinolta Dimage Scan Elite II
Digital Image File FormatTIFF, 48 bits/pixel, AdobeRGB
Edited Image FormatJPEG, 24 bits/pixel, sRGB
Edited Image Dimensions3834 x 2440 Pixels
Copyright© by Mark Zanzig/

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