#SWParksTour Image Preview 4: Canyonlands

Travel Photography

We had only one day in Canyonlands National Park, and not even a full day thanks to some car trouble, but it was still a place with sights to take our breath away.

The sun pokes through over an epic landscape in Canyonlands National Park

The sun pokes through over an epic landscape in Canyonlands National Park

We were blessed with some interesting clouds in the sky to balance the incredible rock formations, though we didn’t get the colorful sunset I was hoping for.

This puddle proved the perfect mirror to reflect the sky as I waited for sunset in Canyonlands National Park.

This puddle proved the perfect mirror to reflect the sky as I waited for sunset in Canyonlands National Park.

This is definitely a place I would return to on another trip, with a bit more time to look around.

Although Mesa Arch is known as a sunrise destination, it's quite an impressive structure at any time of day.

Although Mesa Arch is known as a sunrise destination, it’s quite an impressive structure at any time of day.

Not To Beat A Dead Horse

No, we didn’t have time to visit Dead-Horse Point on our way to Canyonlands, but we heard good things.  But that reminds me!  Your chance to get 25% off of images from this trip is nearly over.  The pre-sale storefront will be open until I have finished going through all of my photos and am ready to fulfill the original pre-sale orders (which is admittedly taking me longer than I anticipated, but it won’t be much longer!).

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