I absolutely loved ur Bryce Canyon vlog today @charlestrippy and @alliewes brought back soo many amazing memories from when I was there just over 3 months ago visiting it on holidays from Australia :) loved the little squirrels around the canyon they were soo cute 🙂 I also got to stay in a cabin overnight like what u had the dogs in when i visited Yellowstone National Park those cabins were awesome :) #brycecanyon#yellowstonenationalpark#usa#america#holidays#CTFxC#charlestrippy
Night Sky over Bryce Canyon || Utah
In honor of #NationalPhotographyDay , I realized I needed to edit at least one photo from my latest photography adventure in Bryce Canyon. It was a new moon, so the conditions were ideal... until the storm rolled in. So instead of getting my shoot in at midnight, I waited until pre-dawn for the clouds to clear. I only got a few good shots before the sun started to rise, but I guess that means I'll have to go back!
Finn at Podunk: This place is so beautiful!! If I was a robot right now I would just catch on fire because it’s so beautiful.
Ben at Podunk after tripping over a log: my skin just hatched open! I’ve been harmed!
Finn: when I grow up I’m going to get an Amazon house and a PS3 and play PS3 all the time. And whoever I marry, those guys can get the food so I don’t have to make it and I can just eat it.
Finn after tripping on a hike: my LEG saved me again. I love my legs! They’re super duper.
My friend @sukimac once told me to be a speech pathologist, so I did that. She also told me to go to Bryce Canyon, so I did that too. If she told me to jump off a cliff, I probably wouldn’t, but still - she’s two from two solid recs ✅🙌 #thanksskim#hoodoos#brycecanyon
Angka-ku-wass-a-wets = volti dipinti di rosso.
Gli indiani Paiute utilizzavano la zona come riserva di caccia stagionale e come luogo di raccolta ma non crearono mai insediamenti permanenti. La leggenda vuole che “i Legend People“, cioè i loro antenati animali presenti prima della comparsa dell’uomo, abitassero per primi questa zona ma erano divenuti cosi malvagi che il dio Coyote decise di trasformarli tutti in rocce rosse che corrisponderebbero ai pinnacoli per i quali il parco è oggi famoso.🤓🐿📸 #utah#brycecanyon
Bryce Canyon National Park, Giorno 10.
Facendo un trekking di quattro ore a Bryce Canyon si scopre che sì, è quello che si vede, ma anche foreste verdissime, sabbia (tanta, tantissima) e alci che camminano tranquilli.
Breathtaking, come direbbero i locals.