Retreating storms cast both a rainbow and darkly textured background past the warmly lit orange stone walls and pillars of Bryce Canyon.  The same storms had passed over the park midday to mid-afternoon, running a lot of people back into cover and thinning the crowds considerably for the onset of late-afternoon “magic hour” light.

4 W Tropic UT (6 Aug 17) Looking ESE
37.6226, -112.1658


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