Bryce Canyon National Park is best known for its brightly colored tall pinnacles and hoodoos, and the steep and narrow trails one must navigate through the maze. At night, light painted features become radiant. This composition was chosen because of the hoodoos that overlap in the distance creating depth, and the foreground trail which adds scale to scene. The star trails around Polaris and an azure sky contrast nicely with the warm earth tones of the terrain. While my visit to Bryce was during a busier part of the season, it was rare to encounter anyone in the canyon late at night.
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