You’re pretty much awe struck when you approach the edge of Bryce Canyon at various view points. There is really nothing quite like it. It’s inspiring and definitely perspiring when you decide to go down into this huge hole. Problem is you have to eventually climb back out. And in the higher altitudes it’s an undertaking. But you forget about that and concentrate on the more important task at hand.. “footagraphy”. That’s my way of saying, you walk a few feet up hill, stop, check out the view,take a picture, walk up a few feet, stop,check out the view, take a picture, etc. That way nobody notices that your panting for air, about ready to faint from the strenuous uphill climb. Next time you’re climbing a big hill, about to faint try, “footagraphy”!
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