Monday, September 7, 2015

Wildfire Smoke in Bryce National Park


Wildfire smoke in Bryce National Park added even more color and drama to the sunset in this beautiful place.

12 comments:

Laura~Pretty Pix said...

Gorgeous images, Karen. The smoke adds drama.
The wildfires have been awful this year, so many are still burning. I hope the change of season helps extinguish them. We need rain.

Margaret Adamson said...

These are very impressive views and images

Nancy J said...

Everything tinted with a smoky glow and haze, I hope you are safe.

Sandra said...

SPECTACULAR!

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

gorgeous...but ahhh...should have left the sky blue

*wink*

Ruth Hiebert said...

I hate to see the forest fires,but the smoke does make for some fantastic shots.

Barb said...

I love visiting Bryce, but I'd have trouble with that much smoke. I'm allergic to formaldehyde which is found in wood smoke particulates. We've even had some haze (not as bad as in your photos) here in Breckenridge, and I've noticed a flair up of the allergy.

Stephanie said...

Gorgeous scenery!

Jordi lópez pérez said...

Impresionantes panoramicas, amiga.......Me gustan!!!
Un abrazo.

ladyfi said...

Wow - stunning shots.

Robin Lamb said...

Karen, absolutely stunning images! We spent a lot of August under a smog cloud of smoke from forest fires too!

diane b said...

I've just been scrolling through your blog and catching up with all the beautiful posts that I have missed. Your photography never ceases to amaze me. Thanks for all the tips too. The smoke gives an unreal orange glow to the photos. In real life I find it eerie. You have ignited memories of my trip through the states a few years ago.