Thunderstorms Over Bryce Canyon

Thunderstorms Over Bryce Canyon

Thunderstorms Over Bryce Canyon

I find Bryce Canyon to be one of the more interesting National Parks around. Eroded rocks crumbled to reveal giant spires of stronger rock. Paths wander up and down and through natural windows as seen in this photograph. Thunderstorms can be deadly here, though, and one approached as I was exploring. I pinned my body up against a small overhang to wait out the rainfall that lead to a small flash flood below. Lighting struck the rim above and toasted a tree in the distance. Even after the storm had passed, it's still dangerous for many minutes due to bolts striking backwards to the area is just passed over.

  • Camera  Nikon D4
  • Lens Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8 @ 95mm
  • Number of shots 12
  • Megapixels 442
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