Two weeks ago, Macrine and I took a one day tour of Bryce Canyon(Utah) from Las Vegas, Nevada. Because of the distance from Las Vegas ( about 490 miles round trip), our tour inside Bryce Canyon was limited to only about two hours. Bruce Canyon National Park is not on the final list of the new 7 Natural Wonders of the World Contest, but it is as stunning and spectacular as the Grand Canyon National Park (Arizona), one of the top 28 finalist in the world wide contest for the 7 new Natural Wonders of the World.
There are 14 scenic stations in the Park. But our tour driver and guide was only able to stop at three scenic points, Bryce Point, Inspiration Point and Sunset Point because of time constraint. The highlight of the tour was a 45 minute walk from Inspiration Point to Sunset Point. It would have been fantastic, if we could have stayed at least for one day. Luckily, while browsing in You Tube, I found this video by Gabriel Lakey. He titled his video, A View from the Rim. However, my title above is "A Crow and Bryce Canyon". View this four minute video and you will know why. Thank You, Gabriel for this mesmerizing and spectacular shots of Bryce Canyon. The first minute has no audio, but be patient. Enjoy, relax and meditate as you view this video!
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