A trip to Bryce Canyon by Robert Burgoine
Bryce Canyon National Park.... I've told friends that Bryce Canyon is the most beautiful place I've seen in the world. A sprawling reserve in southern Utah, is known for crimson-colored hoodoos, which are spire-shaped rock formations. Myself and friends made the trek to Bryce Canyon for sunrise one morning and explored the national park for most of the afternoon. Meeting other tourists who had visited the Grand Canyon for days told me they wished they had spent their time at Bryce instead. Cold and hot this destination has extreme changes in temperatures. I've seen snow covered hoodoos online which I would love to return and capture. Hiking down Bryce Canyon with others is calm, the park was relatively open and a free for all. The trails seem to go on forever and sadly we did not give ourselves enough time to explore the entire park. I would say again Bryce Canyon is one of the most incredible photography destinations Ive ever been to.