Sometimes it's nice to have your head up in the clouds. I'm really glad @zacventure also had his camera up in the clouds for this magical scene. Keep using #WowUtah to show us what you're out dreaming up! (Selected by @darby003)
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Refrigerator Canyon, Angels Landing Trail, Zion National Park.
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Coming soon! Cute Ramber in Roy will be available this week.
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Utah might be my favorite state so far. The different colors, rock formations, mountains, and outdoor activities are just endless. Monument Valley is way out of the way from everything else we were planning on doing in Utah, but it was well worth the trip. We camped right outside of Monument Valley and opened our door in the morning to a beautiful view. Another park on Navajo Indian Land and ran by the Navajo Indian Park Service. We were able to do the 17 mile loop drive through the park, but we weren't allowed to get out and hike around. The drive through the park was just beautiful. We also drove up the highway to the famous Forest Gump scene of him running down the road to monument valley. Bring lots of patience and your running shoes when taking pictures here because waiting for for others to take their pictures, while running out of the road so you won't get hit by cars will get tricky! Unfortunately, nighttime temperatures in Utah were hitting the 20s so we had to end our time in Utah sooner than expected, and started making our way through Arizona in search of warmer weather. #monumentvalley#forestgump#utah#visitutah#utahisrad#utahrocks#fulltimefamily#rvlife#wanderlust#nomads#getoutside#optoutside#teampixel#roadschool#homeeducator
As we got to this spot yesterday, we realized that a cloud perfectly blocked where the sun was going to rise.
Slightly disappointed, almost all the tripod weilding photographers grabbed their gear and went back to their cars, but we decided to wait it out and enjoy the view.
Eventually the sun rose above the clouds and illuminated the entire valley, lighting up Mesa Arch.
We may not have gotten the bright golden light of sunrise, but the light rays shining through the clouds were beautiful in their own way and it was a great reminder to not be so set on getting the "perfect shot", but to just enjoy the moment you're given. ✨
📷: @hikingwithheels w/ my edits.