Finding my “WAY” in a Winter’s Bryce

Bryce Canyon

As long as I’ve been photographing landscapes, I have always been longing to capture Bryce Canyon under a fresh layer of snow. The way the hoodoos seem to gleam a vibrant fire from underneath their cold, white blanket. I was finally awarded an incredibly brilliant (but unforgiving cold) sunrise morning right after a storm broke offering my lens a chance to capture a raw and powerful view of just how this amphitheater can be lit up by first light.

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