The last blink of sunlight falls over the colorado plateu at Horseshoe Bend, Page, Arizona
Zion Canyon. Wow I never thought light could look like lava flowing down the walls of the rock. The only other time I've seen anything close to this was in Yosemite during the seasonal "firefall" waterfall.
The Fjaðrárgljúfur Canyon in south iceland is flanked on both sides by 300 foot cliffs formed by the Fjaðrá river.
Cedar Creek Grist
The Cedar Creek Grist Mill is one of only a few working grist mills in the world ans still is in operation today, although not commercially.
Sunset explodes over the Virgin river at the Watchman in Zion National Park, Utah.
Sunset on the Bend
Sunset colors balance the venerable Hoseshoe Bend on the Colorado River.
Into the Green
Summer helps the forest fauna flourish at the Cedar Creek Grist Mill.
Gifted with clear skies on a warm fall afternoon, golden light from the canyon walls bathes the crack near the subway in Zion National Park Utah
The venerable subway, in Zion National Park, Utah. Afternoon light bounces inside the entrance to the narrows of the subway system up North Creek.
The Crack #2