Day 8: October 3, 2004 - Changing of the Seasons

by Karen Williams

Almost Lost

Because Utah is so dry, the leaves from the previous year usually are not washed away, or decayed. This leaf from last fall was still visible, though mostly buried in sand. Almost lost under the new layer of falling leaves.

by Karen Williams

Fall Colors

The leaves in Zion are breathtaking in fall, with a variety of colors that growing up in California, I was not accustomed to seeing. This was my first fall in southern Utah, and I set out to capture the rich red hues that imbue the leaves in the canyons of Zion.

by Christian Williams

Fiery Leaves

These photos were taken in east Zion, with the backdrop of beautiful cliffs and colorful rock. The light from the setting sun causes the fall leaves to glow, intensifying the rich warm hues.

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365 Days in Zion is a photo experience by Karen and Christian Williams. Together, we spent an entire year in Zion National Park amidst snow, rain, flash floods, brush fires, and the beautiful sunny blue skies that typify Southern Utah in the United States of America.

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