Zion National Park had its beginnings over 240 million years ago. The Virgin River carved out the canyon, and continues to do so. Hard to believe when you take a look at it meandering through the park. It is narrow with a brownish hue. Its cascades are mild and there are lots of rocks.
Some people look at the river and see just a thread of brown water. I look and see endless possibilities of photographs.
Before I arrived at Zion I had made a “mental” checklist of some of the shots I would like to take of the river . . .