Interrupting your regularly scheduled Utah posts for this Ah-Mazing sunset by the US Capitol last night.
While in Utah we spent a day in Bryce Canyon National Park. I have to be honest, I liked Bryce more than Zion. Sorry Zion! I think I liked it better because it was something like I’d never seen. I’ve never seen a canyon with these cool hoodoos. It’s even fun saying hoodoo. hoooodooooooo.
We went on the Navajo Trail which lead you through the slot canyon with a closer view of the hoodoos. It was so cool but a pretty tough hike back up to the top.
If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you’ll know that I’m a big fan of going with local photographers to show me around their neighborhood. This time, I met up with Seth. A great photographer who is passionate about the outdoors. The best guide there is!
He was the one who told me about this great spot to shoot the sunset. We were fortunate to have a great sky too.
As I was taking these pictures, I was thinking to myself how fortunate I am to live in Virginia. Here’s what I mean, I can drive 20 minutes east and be in the most powerful city in the world. I can drive 1 hour west and be in one of the most amazing national parks in the country and see beautiful leaves like these.