Frozen Waterfall

by Kristi Hines · Bryce Canyon, Utah


I’ve seen some interesting waterfalls, but never a frozen one. I wish I had gotten a nice perspective shot of it – it was probably about ten feet high! This was off of the Mossy Cave Trail in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah.

Frozen Waterfall off Mossy Cave Trail in Bryce Canyon National Park Utah

Camera: Nikon D90 with Nikon 18-105mm
Processing: Adobe Lightroom 3


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Toad Hollow Photography

Oh WOW Kristi, now that’s what I call amazing! Love your composition here, what a great shot!
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Marcie

WOW!! It must be really cold to freeze the force of fast-falling water. Terrific image!
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Rich McPeek

Wow! Great capture!

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A.Barlow

wow, that’s pretty crazy looking! By looking at the place would like it it was nice and warm, and then that.

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Curt Fleenor

Oh boy, how cold does it have to be to freeze a waterfall!
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