Zion National Park at sunset



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Larger view 

 Couple more from my Utah trip. Same scene of the park's southern mountains at sunset but the top one was taken with a wide-angle lens while the bottom one with a 35mm lens. The bottom one was taken about 14 minutes earlier than the top one. 

I'm still trying to decide which I like better. The wide angle is nice but there's an awful lot of shade in the foreground. The top one features the nice interplay of shadow and late day light. 

Preference, blog viewers? Criticism always welcome. 

No, I'm not going to tell you where these were taken, other than it was at a location outside the park on public lands and it requires a very bumpy drive. If you're clever with a map, you'll figure it out :) 

Check out the entire Utah gallery here -- these are pics I took on a three-day photo workshop with the Zion Canyon Field Institute -- which I liked quite a bit. 

--S.H.

Related posts: 

Turkey vultures in Zion Canyon

Old Mormon church in ghost town of Grafton

Home sweet home (Zion Canyon) 

Both photos above are ©Steve Hymon and may not be used elsewhere without my advance written permission. All rights reserved. 

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