A New Road Trip
TINUVIEL_Bryce Canyon panBryce Canyon Spring Snow Squall, ©2014 Kim TInuviel, 14" x 121", contact artist to purchase.
Each year I try to take a road trip or two. It clears my head and gives me an opportunity to immerse myself in making images and seeing new places. Sometimes I've been there before and have an idea what I'm going to see. Other times I am completely surprised. This time, I am in southern Utah to enjoy the Big 5 national parks: Zion, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, Arches and Canyonlands. I'll also visit Monument Valley, and dip into Arizona to see Lake Powell, Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend.
The piece above was taken in Bryce Canyon, during a spring snow flurry. There is a beautiful viewpoint at the south end of the canyon where I was able to get about 240 degrees of uninterrupted view around the canyon. I took approximately sixteen shots and stitched them together to create this detailed panorama. At full resolution, it is about 9' long and 12" tall. Enjoy!
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