Some of the most beautiful locations in the United
States are within our National Park system. Probably the most
famous park in the system is Grand Canyon (Arizona), closely
followed by Yosemite (California Sierras). However, my
personal favorite is Bryce Canyon. The colors are more
intense, and the formations are more amazing. Of course, for
sheer size, nothing can match the Grand Canyon, but color and
formations in Bryce are more amazing to me.
Utah is the home of Arches, Zion,
and Bryce, as well as Canyonlands and Capital Reef
- all beautiful and well worth your while. Best time to visit
is late spring or early fall, to avoid the hot weather. You
will see images from all of these parks in these pages, as I have
time to prepare and upload them.
The images are arranged in categories, listed in
the second level navigation bar above. Simply click on one of
the category buttons, such as Arches,
Yosemite, etc., to access that
Each thumbnail page
has one or more image thumbnails. To view the larger image,
click on the thumbnail. Note that the larger images take
some time to load if you are using a modem, but the wait is worth
it! The images are carefully resized to fit on a typical
computer screen, and represent only a tiny fraction of the true
resolution of the images.
Once you are on the larger image page, you have
several buttons in the top right corner for navigation. This
includes a Thumbnails button, to return
you to the thumbnail page related to this image, and a
Previous and Next
button. If the button is dimmed out, it is not accessible.
You can use the Previous and
Next buttons to navigate between images
in each category without returning to the thumbnails page.