A perfect end to a perfect day in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah
Where, indeed, will that rainbow’s end find you? I’m hoping for more photographic adventure (ok, and maybe gainful employment, too, once I get to central Washington).
I’ve been staying in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah, for the past couple of days. Every afternoon, sometimes starting as early as 12 noon, the monsoon rains would drift through, either where I was, or far off into the distance. For this photo, the rain had just left the Bryce Canyon Lodge area and I knew there would be some great stormclouds in the distant scenery. So, I hotfooted it to the Rim Trail in the Sunset Point area and sure enough, there was a combination of sun and stormclouds and, to my delight, a beautlful rainbow, as well.
Heading out of Bryce Canyon today and on to Park City, UT, where I will finally get to meet face-to-face, the Founder and Editor-In-Chief of the National Parks Traveler, Kurt Repanshek. I’ve been contributing articles and photos to the Traveler since 2012, but we’ve only ever communicated via email (mainly) and telephone (sporadically).
After spending the day in Park City, it’s on to Jackson WY and then to Grand Tetons and Yellowstone National Parks, where I will spend time wandering and photographing before arriving at the end point in central Washington.
See you up the road!
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Note: This was written yesterday but it turns out the spotty internet at Bryce Canyon Lodge was just not strong enough to upload everything. So, a day late with this post.