My favorite views of Southwest Utah's Bryce Canyon National Park are from the south, at Inspiration Point, and Bryce Point. When I came to visit in late February, 2019, the park was buried under far more snow than is typical, and both of these viewpoints were, at least when I arrived, closed. By my second morning in the park, though, Bryce Point was made reachable, and I made it a point to arrive here well before sunrise. I took this photo shortly before the sun came up, and used a long enough exposure to capture the light necessary to see what the park looks like when illuminated primarily by moonlight. By the time I finished shooting here, my fingers were getting numb, but with a capture like this one, it was well worth it.
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