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a valley in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah
January 18, 2016

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Your Shot member Vic Buhay went on a photo road trip with a colleague through Utah and Arizona. At their first stop, Bryce Canyon National Park, they hiked the Navajo Loop Trail. “This view opened up as this trail turned into a twisting and winding [path] to the bottom of the valley below,” he says. “The setting sun's golden light bounced all over the red rock walls of the canyon.”

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Photograph by Vic Buhay, National Geographic Your Shot
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