John Hubickeys Photo Blog

A tree over a path in Bryce Canyon National Park

This is one of my favorite high dynamic range photographs. This HDR photograph was taking in Utah at Bryce Canyon National Park, March 2012. In front of me you can see one of my hiking buddys on the path ahead. A curvaceous tree grows out of the side of the mountain covering a portion of the path.

The green of the tree along with the amazing bark texture gives a bit of contrast as you look at this photo. The high dynamic range of this photograph brings out the clouds as well as the existing trees that are scattered among the hills of Bryce Canyon National Park.

Although it was not very cold, there was still snow left over from the winter. Photography by John Hubickey,

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After more than 30 years in the outdoor writing business, you would think I'd know better.
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