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Photo of the Week 163

Photo of the Week 163
Oh, look at the time.  It's that time again.  It's Friday.  That means that it's time for you to check out Cramer Imaging's featured "Photo of the Week."  This week, we unveil our pick as a photo from Bryce Canyon National Park.  This week, we feature one of the larger hoodoo formations on the most popular trail.

We took the Queen's Garden trail in the national park.  It seemed like it would be short.  It was but it ended up being very steep too.  We were winded several times as we climbed back up out of the base of the canyon.  As we were doing so, this formation caught my eye.

I had set out to capture as many amazing landscape photographs out the park as I could.  I was keeping my eyes open for every different shot which seemed to speak to me.  This hoodoo spoke to me.

I had seen this formation on the way down.  What I didn't get to see very well was the backside of the rock formation.  As we came back up, I noticed that it was something unique, even in this distinctive park.  I took a few shots of this hoodoo.  The cloudy skies that day really helped set things off right.

As I was framing it, I tried a couple different angles to get one I liked.  The simple framing and the the contrasting textures and colors found in both the sky and the sandstone were just perfect in this shot.  It was one of those shots which didn't require much work at all.  I managed to capture the scene almost perfectly in the camera and it shows the depth, height, and size of this massive hoodoo as I envisioned.

Cramer Imaging's professional quality nature photograph of a tall red rock formation in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

This beautiful landscape photograph from Bryce Canyon Utah is a member of my award-winning collection.