It’s unusual for sequential “Top Ten” entries to be from the same area, but that’s exactly what happened with #3 and #4 this year!  I believe part of the reasoning has to be attributed to the fact that the sequential days I captured these images contained such a drastic weather change.  The first day of the Zion National Park photo shoot was a beautiful 55-60 degrees with blue skies and plenty of sunshine. The second day of the photo shoot was in the 20’s and snowing.  But in my opinion, still beautiful in its own right.

This winter wonderland is near the Virgin River, which runs through Zion National Park.


I’ll also include a framed image to give you an idea of how it looks matted and framed. I also have this print hanging in my gallery.

Canon 50D, 1/60, f/5.6, 28 mm, ISO 100.


~ by photographyfree4all on December 28, 2011.

2 Responses to “ANNUAL PF4A TOP TEN (DRUM ROLL) #3”

  1. Amazing! The matted/framed version just pops! It’s amazing the difference it made. Beautiful!!


  2. Thank you, Sharon. Wishing you a happy new year!!


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