Zion National Park is one of the Great Parks of America. Often understated, Zion is an encapsulated hidden island among the ocean of Utah desert. On a top list of park areas is the Narrows region toward the back of the river that flows along the entire park. This amazing huge slot-canyon-like feature is a wonderland of beauty and adventure. Go. Waterfalls, steep cliff faces, hanging plants and leafy trees defy the surrounding imposing desert. Now I’ve been here in July (when I took these images), October and May. The May water temperature was so cold I just could not bravely face the temperature of the usual miles of wading ahead.
As I walked along the farther regions of the Narrows - where I found myself mostly alone and far from the park’s hikers - I scouted for composures that featured the bouncing canyon light and in a panoramic view. And after a few turns there it was! I just love how light plays inside the Narrows! This image always reminds me of how grateful I felt that day far from civilization “Among the Narrows”.
Zion National Park
Limited Editions 100
Artist Proofs 5
MIFA 2017 Honorable Mention
PPA Int'l Photography Competition (IPC) Merit and General Collection 2017
Bronze Awarded EPSON International Pano Awards
Neutral Density Photo Awards Honorable Mention
Second Place Awarded BetterPhoto Sept 2015
IPA Intl Photography Awards Panoramic Honorable Mention 2017