A photographic exploration of Bryce Canyon National Park. This 8.3" X 6.9" book covers, all 13 viewpoints, as well as a glimpse of the flora and fauna. This 46 page book makes a great souvenir or personal reminder of the times spent at Bryce.
Bryce Canyon National Park was first set aside as a national monument in 1923 to preserve an amphitheater of colorful pinnacles, spires, and walls. all carved by erosive weathering. This is the perfect little book that has a little bit of everything. Beautifully designed highlighting all the special spots and times. 64 pages of pure beauty in all the seasons. Hardcover 7.8"x7.8"
photography by James Randklev, forward by Greer ChesherAlthough it may not look it, Bryce Canyon is a world in motion. Daily, from seemingly immutable cliffs, rocks tumble, ancient and immovable hoodoos shed skin, and high-angled slopes elbow downhill. Underfoot, the very soil ripples as unseen microorganisms tunnel gossamer fingers. The silent forest bustles as mule deer, prairie dogs, coyotes, hawks, and snakes partner in life's dynamic and complex dance. Photographer James Randklev beautifully captures the timelessness of this Utah treasure. 80 pages - 8.1 x 9.2 inchesThis book is absolutely beautiful and if you've been to Bryce will bring back fond memories. If you're never been there, you will make it a destination. Just beautiful!!!!
Bryce Canyon National Park - softcover book