Day 32: 10/27/2004 - Miserable Day


by Karen Williams
I came to Zion in the late afternoon, as soon I was finished with work - it was raining, dreary, cold, and every picture I tried to take was failing miserably. I stopped at this waterfall that had formed during the storm, feeling discouraged. Although this is not one of my favorite pictures, it completely captures the mood of this dark, dreary day. Even in the midst of this stormy day, Zion has a strong beauty that can be found and appreciated. In fact, I have come to love Zion in the rain. It is quieter, with less tourists and cars, and yet filled with sounds of nature - the falling rain, raging rivers, and waterfalls.

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