What happens after the sun sets in Bryce Canyon? This photo is actually the result of a series of 8 portrait shots combined together into a single panorama. The light level was so low, and camera shake was a problem because I did not have a tripod with me, that the resulting very large image is somewhat noisy and fuzzy. By reducing the size significantly, the noise and softness from camera shake and high ISO setting is dramatically reduced. The colors are accurate and amazing to see in real life! If you ever get to be at Bryce Canyon at sunset, stay for the afterglow of twilight, and have a tripod handy!