Capitol Reef gets less than eight inches of rain per year, but danger awaits the unprepared. Flash floods can occur any time but are most common when late summer thunderstorm send raging torrents down otherwise dry, sandy washes. Twisted, stunted juniper and pine trees and other hardy plants dot the landscape.
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mesutilgim (92384) 2014-03-29 3:38
Nice landscape capture from Utah with good pov and layout.
Nice the group of trees in foreground.
TFS and have a nice weekend
dta (74789) 2014-03-29 3:43
Hello Zbigniew ,
Another beautiful view of this spectacular landscape , with here pretty pine trees in the Fg . I like the clouds decorating the sky .
williewhistler (16193) 2014-03-29 4:54
the inclusion of the trees in the FG helps to give a nice depth to this spectacular location where the strata layers are also well illustrated.
saxo042 (37792) 2014-03-29 9:28
A very interesting landscape here with very attractive colours. This could be from a scene in a real "wild west" movie. A well taken picture.
mirosu (15972) 2014-03-29 19:01
Excellent view to Capitol Reef rocks in superb light. I like the arrangement with the green tree in foreground and the blue cloudy sky in BG, creating nice color contrast.
Very well done.
Wish you a nice Sunday.
- Copyright: Zbigniew Kalinowski (fotka) (4221)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2012-08-28
- Categories: Nature
- Camera: Panasonic Lumix FZ 28, Leica Vario-Elmarit 1:2.8-4.4/4.8-86.4
- Exposure: f/6.3, 1/400 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): National Parks of the United States [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2014-03-29 3:35