Canyons Photography in the American Southwest - NEW TRIP!
Iconic Vistas & Amazing Light—Capture Stunning Images of Bryce, Zion & the Grand Canyon
The striking desert landscapes of the American Southwest have long captivated photographers who have sought to arrest its drama in images. Standing on the edge of the Grand Canyon’s 5,000-foot precipice, looking at layers of color and shadow, walking among the pink spires of Bryce Canyon's sandstone hoodoos, witnessing the plumes of water pouring off the cliffs at Zion... These classic vistas pose thrilling opportunities for photographers, and our intimate adventure promises many chances to capture these scenes and more. We explore lesser-known corners of all three famed Southwest national parks, staying in historic park lodges along the way. By traveling in the quieter spring season, visitors are fewer, and the light is simply amazing.
- Photograph hidden corners of Zion and Bryce Canyon, whose towering walls and colorful hoodoos convey the scenic drama of the high desert Southwest
- Survey the Grand Canyon layered chasm from the more remote and less-visited North Rim, on our out-of-the-ordinary canyonlands photography adventure
- Benefit from expert photography tips from our Photo Expedition Leader, a pro who will help you manage challenging light and contrasts
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