Description High altitude landscape image of Bryce Canyon national park in Utah. Adorable chipmunk in the foreground eating a nut! Dynamic range increase gives the image an almost three dimensional look.Bryce Canyon National Park. Utah.A huge natural amphitheater created by erosion became a United States National Park in 1928. The geological structures-- hoodoos-- were formed from erosion of the river and lake sedimentary rocks.The shapes and colors and play of light througout the day make spectacular images!!!
Cynthia Burkhardt, United States Member Since September 2007 Artist Statement Welcome to my fine art print gallery! I create images to share with the world...
Capturing the light of a beautiful scene is the joy and challenge of photography. The way light defines and accentuates is ever changing...
I thank God, The Creator and Artist, for the opportunity to do this. "The earth is the Lord's, and the fullness thereof..." Psalm 24:1
It is my desire to draw the viewer into the picture and to see the scene with perspective and emotion that they may not see otherwise. I love the way color can affect your emotions and senses, and I love the drama of black and white. It's about the joy of creating.
All gallery images are printed and/or custom framed on demand.
The fine art print shop offers my customers endless possibilities of sizing, printing, matting, glazing and framing.