Moonbow, Lower Yosemite Falls
Green river Overlook.
Image of chalk artist in San Diego.
Good idea. I will try a vertical and see what happens. :-)
I agree too much color in the first one around the tree. The second has a little too much going on and no particular spot to put your eye on. Here is another of The Temple of Sinawava.
Take a look at Peter Lik's home page.http://www.lik.com/
Bob,There are many photo ops between the parks you have included on your trip. Just keep your imagination open and have your camera ready. Remember the "iconic" places can get a little crowded.
Bob, Both the North and the South Rim have great photo ops. The South Rim has the most facilities as in places for an overnight stay and food options. The South Rim also has the crowds, and I mean...
Bob,Way go all the way to the southwest and maybe catch the Grand Canyon. If as you say this will possibly be your only trip to the area, find some time to see it before you head home.
Placed 18th in the challenge.
Bob,As I and many others have there isn't a "bad" time to go. I think that you will find out that plenty of the people you run into are either from Europe or Asia. So weather school is in or not...
I enjoy the Winter, but Summer is also fun. There really isn't a bad time. Fall in Zion is nice but that would be best the first week of November. :-)
Placed 26th in the challenge.
The lightest Nikon equipment.
Galen would be the one using the D800. He always used Nikon equipment.
Placed 35th in the challenge.