We had an opportunity to visit Bryce in March of 2020, just as the
pandemic was declared. All of the parks were deserted because of this. Mind you, at elevations of 4,000 to 8,000 feet, the cold keeps people away too.
In the background are the mountains of Grand Staircase Escalante National Momument.
in the midground on the left is "The Sinking Ship" and in the foreground on the right, "Thor's Hammer"
Thor's Hammer stands high above all of the hoodoos in The Amphitheater at Bryce Canyon NP. The Sinking Ship is off to the right.
Tall pine trees stand dwarfed by the surrounding hoodoos in the Amphitheater at Bryce Canyon NP
A gnarley pine at the top of a cliff at the Amphitheater in Bryce Canyon National Park
Pine trees stand on the edge of the Amphitheater at Bryce Canyon NP.
A knob on top of a hoodoo in the Amphitheater at Bryce Canyon NP looks like a sport car's gear shift lever.
The forest flows like a river from this canyon at the Amphitheater in Bryce Canyon NP
Late spring snow clings to the cliffs and hoodoos at Bryce Canyon NP
A series of hoodoos and ridges point out into the valley east of Bryce Canyon
A line of cliffs across the center of the frame are reminiscent of castle walls, or the Great Wall of China
A small snowstorm is sweeping across the Sinking Ship at Bryce Canyon NP.
This image in a composite panorama of the Natural Bridge.