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    Hoodoos at Bryce Canyon

    Last year, I spent one week in Bryce Canyon, Utah and visited Zion National Park, Antelope Canyon, Kodachrome Basin and just got lost on all the country roads inbetween. Its a stunningly beautiful and desolate area of the American Southwest and wish I could have spend a few months there taking pictures. I didnt want to go home back east to the relatively flat, featureless geography of Long Island, NY.

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    Outside Zion National Park on a mesa
    Hoodoos at Bryce Canyon

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    Re: Hoodoos at Bryce Canyon

    Very cool shots Paul. Hard to say which one I like best. I think I like #5. Were you using a polorized filter? The sky is very blue. Great captures.

    The Catskills and Adirondacks don't quite look like that (from upstate myself).

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    Re: Hoodoos at Bryce Canyon

    Yes they all work well, Paul.

    I think the only thing I could find to criticise is the lack of a narrow white space between the photos which would make them easier to view here.

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    Re: Hoodoos at Bryce Canyon

    Quote Originally Posted by shaknbak View Post
    Very cool shots Paul. Hard to say which one I like best. I think I like #5. Were you using a polorized filter? The sky is very blue. Great captures.

    The Catskills and Adirondacks don't quite look like that (from upstate myself).
    Thanks.I stacked a polarizer and an ND4 filter, and stopped down to F/22 and set the iso to 50 to capture some of the movement of the waterfall. Even still at 8,000 FT elevation the sky appears a bit darker than it does at sea level. At least I thought so.

    The closest thing we have to a canyon on the east coast is Letchworth State Park in Geneseo, which I visited in September. Its nice, but its no Southwest Utah.

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    Re: Hoodoos at Bryce Canyon

    Nice pictures. I was at Bryce last week (Nov. 15, 2011). Only had time for one afternoon there however. Will try and post a few pictures. There was snow on the formations which added an extra element of beauty.

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    Nice photos Paul,this a one area I wish to see. I like the third one most of all, the old tree in the forground really makes it.

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    Re: Hoodoos at Bryce Canyon

    Some pictures from Bryce last week, 11-15-2011.

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    Very nice images and thanks for the technical details: it helps me learn!

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