Bryce Canyon National Park – Part Two

Bryce Canyon has a 30 mile scenic drive with a whole bunch of turn outs of scenic points.  We did the drive, which was a great way to see the most scenic points along the rim!  We ended our day watching the sunset at Inspiration Point, which was also where we started the next day for sunrise!  Unfortunately, the weather was a bit more overcast than we would have liked, so the sunset and sunrise was a bit underwhelming.  However, there were still some great shots to be had!

Our time in Bryce Canyon allowed for a LOT of wildlife viewing – we saw lots of deer (including two BABIES!), prairie dogs, and pronghorns!  Each sighting was just as exciting as the last!

DSC_8070Bryce Canyon Meadow, Bryce Canyon National Park, 2015

DSC_8075Rainbow Point, Bryce Canyon National Park, 2015

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DSC_8095Agua Canyon, Bryce Canyon National Park, 2015

DSC_8100Natural Arch, Bryce Canyon National Park, 2015

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DSC_8105Path to Piracy Point, Bryce Canyon National Park, 2015

DSC_8106Farview Point, Bryce Canyon National Park, 2015

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DSC_8110Gnarly Tree, Bryce Canyon National Park, 2015

DSC_8127Mule Deer at Dusk, Bryce Canyon National Park, 2015

DSC_8138Swamp Canyon, Bryce Canyon National Park, 2015

DSC_8162Male Pronghorn, Bryce Canyon National Park, 2015

DSC_8167Female Pronghorn, Bryce Canyon National Park, 2015

Sunset at Inspiration Point:

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DSC_8227Hold Still for the Camera, Bryce Canyon National Park, 2015

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Sunrise at Inspiration Point:

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DSC_8324Bryce Point, Bryce Canyon National Park, 2015

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DSC_8361Utah Prairie Dog, Bryce Canyon National Park, 2015

DSC_8370Mule Deer Fawns, Bryce Canyon National Park, 2015

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My last post for our Utah trip will be our stop-off drive through Kolob Canyons, which is a section of Zion National Park.  Then, our Utah trip will be completely recapped!

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