Bryce Canyon – the Supermodel of national parks in the U.S.

17 thoughts on “Bryce Canyon – the Supermodel of national parks in the U.S.”

  1. Those pictures are stunning Steve. As for the controlled burn, I’m not sure what I would think if that was just down the road. I can say I wouldn’t be altogether comfortable in the area either before knowing or honestly even after. Still its a situation that never even occurs to most of us.

    I live on the edge of a woods. Thankfully I live in an area with lots of rain, but the fear of a forest fire is still something always somewhere in the back of my mind.

    1. Thanks FTF! Yeah, that was a little freaky before we learned that it was a controlled burn. The wife was pretty much ready to leave until we found a post on the Dixie National Forest twitter page. 🙂

  2. No pictures of the burn?

    The pictures you did capture are stunning. And I doubt they do Bryce Canyon justice. Not making me any less interested in RE.

    Cheers!
    -PoF

    1. Thanks PoF. Aside from that pic of the mirror, not really. It was just a bunch of smoke…but for a minute there, intimidating! 😉

  3. Beautiful pictures as always Steve. Bryce canyon is on my short list of national parks to visit.

    Some days when the boys get a little older, I’m sure we’ll visit!

    1. Do so! It’s an amazing place with amazing landscape – and I’ve been to quite a few stunning national parks. Bryce is just totally different in all the right ways. 🙂

  4. Amazing. We really have stunning places to see in the US. I remember when I was younger and did the European backpacking thing I though how amazing and beautiful it was and how the US did not compare. Well I am older and wiser and we live in one beautiful country!!

    1. Perfect! It’s sad that so many Americans have never truly seen their own country, yet most of them would hop onto a flight to Europe in a heartbeat. Nothing wrong with Europe, of course…but come on! It’s your own damn country. 🙂

  5. So amazed at those rocks! These pics are just more fuel for the FIRE. Thanks for sharing the beauty and your photo talents, Steve.

    1. Thanks Tonya – and it really does! It’s unreal, almost like we’re on another planet. But alas, we’re still right here in the good ol’ U.S.A!

  6. I’m in awe. So awesome! Bryce was the park that was to far to visit when we stayed in the US. Seeing those pictures I’m getting jealous that we don’t live closer to it. One day, we’ll come back (and take more time) 🙂

    1. Bryce was (is) an amazing place. We’ll be back for sure, perhaps next year. I know you’ll be back, too. It’s too good to pass up!

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