Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Utah, No. 2, Bryce Canyon

Below are three more pictures from Bryce Canyon in Utah. They were taken during a vacation in May 1997. I have never seen such rock formations elswhere. I tried posting these last evening; but Blogger was not taking pictures.



15 comments:

Paige said...

My gosh these are beautiful!

Minka said...

Wow...almost like a labyrinth...only with rocks instead of bushes. Amazing!

Tai said...

They almost look lace-cut.

Beautiful!

spicebear said...

just plain gorgeous ... amazing!

San Nakji said...

Nature is really amazing. It is great to be alive!

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, paige. They are different, aren't they?

Hi, minka. The marvels of nature never ceases. I think likes diversity.

Hi, tai. Great description.

Thanks, spicebear. The world is wonderful!

Hi, san nakji. The many forms of nature is awesome.

consise10 said...

These canyons are absolutely awesome! You make me want to take a trip up there!

Cergie said...

The great organ of a cathedral!!!!!!!

sage said...

you're again making me homesick! Did you go to Cedar Breaks when out there--although the formations are not as long as those at Bryce, it's much deeper. BTW, both Bryce and Cedar Breaks have great x-country skiing in the winter.

andrea said...

Oh wow, amazing and I'm sure even more amazing in person!
What an incredable world we live in.
a.

Tim Rice said...

Hi, consise10. They are worth seeing if you can afford it. Glad you enjoyed those pics.

Hi, sage. No, I don't believe I was at Cedar Breaks; but I bet it is gorgeous.

Thanks, andrea. We do live in an incredible world. We are blessed.

Ginnie said...

I know I've been to Bryce Canyon but it was so long ago, I don't remember it. And it was way before having a digital camera. In fact, I was pregnant with Amy (who is now 33!). So it's nice to see it through your eyes!

christina said...

Wow! What a photo opportunity. I would love to see this one day.

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, ginnie. Glad I can be eyes for you. And hopefully maybe one day you can see again for yourself.

Hi, christina. It is well worth seeing if you have the opportunity.

Tim Rice said...

Hi, cergie. I didn't mean to miss your comment. That's a great way to see it - the organ of a great cathedral.