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Early dawn at Dead Horse Point, Utah moments before actual sunrise. An even pinkish glow spread over the landscape creating a beautiful low contrast scene of the geologic layers and the meandering Colorado River. The warm glow is only slightly offset by the twisted juniper growing from a small pocket of desert soil and the early morning desert sky. This view is westward towards Canyonlands National Park, and this was taken in late November. This amazing soft light is very brief and spreads quickly across the scene. As the sun rises above the horizon the dynamic contrast rapidly increases as the light brightly illuminates the vertical faces of the canyon walls.
This scene is easily accessible from the high mesa of this Utah state park. It is an isolated platform but has an expansive view southward, and nearly 300 degree sweep from east to west.
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