In Southern Utah lie two stunning but vastly different National Parks:

 Zion National Park is a small park with dramatic rock formations that tower over meadows and valley floors. In fact, I nicknamed Zion, “Baby Yosemite”, when I first visited the park. Oh, and Zion’s scenery is best viewed looking up!

Bryce National Park, about a hours, drive away, features one of the largest collections of Hoodoos in the world that turn brilliant colors at sunrise and sunset. Differing from Zion, Bryce’s scenery is best viewed looking down into its canyons!

 Both parks should be on every photographer’s list of places to photograph!

All images in this portfolio are available as fine art prints, metal prints, canvas, standouts, aluminum prints, and other products by simply clicking on an image.

Note: The copyright signature shown in this gallery will not appear on any print and digital products.

All images in this gallery are also available for license.