This short loop hike takes you through many of the canyons’ interesting rock formations, including the Two Towers Bridge. The colorful stratigraphy and numerous bristlecone pines make for a pretty hike.
I woke up early to capture the sunrise at the aptly-named Sunrise Point. I experimented with a few different techniques to capture the sunrise, so I ended up with several different shots all from the same location. The shifting colors from purple to orange to gold was really enjoyable to watch.
The Navajo Loop is a short but popular hike in Bryce Canyon. The hike takes you down through the numerous hoodoo formations that Bryce is known for. On the way back up, you hike through a steep and narrow canyon called Wall Street.
Many of the viewpoints throughout the park are accessible by the main road in the park. This makes the experience a lot less adventurous, but it provides for a lot of great photo opportunities. One of the viewpoints I stopped at was called Rainbow Point. A storm rolled in shortly after I arrived, but I waited it out and caught a nice view from the overlook.