Bryce Canyon Hiker from Sunset Point

Bryce Canyon Hiker from Sunset Point

Bryce Canyon Hiker from Sunset Point

After several days in Zion National Park, my wife and I headed East to Bryce Canyon. What a fascinating place! Technically not a canyon but rather an amphitheater full of geological structures called hoodoos. You can hike down into it, through "windows" and passageways. Can you spot the hiker?

  • Camera  Nikon D4
  • Lens Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8 @ 152mm
  • Number of shots 14
  • Megapixels 621
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