— During our visit to Zion National Park this past May, there were so many memorable views. The Watchman, Angel’s Landing, Canyon Overlook and others were constantly in front of our faces every time we drove in and out of the park. The view in this photo, though, seems to unnoticed by some park visitors. Right by the west entrance of the park, in Springdale (Utah), you cannot miss the majestic formation that is Point Petty. With an elevation of 4,744 feet (1,446 meters), Point Petty is really a cape. On this particular day, we were lucky to have beautiful blue skies and just the perfect light at the end of the day.
Camera: Sony α6300
Taken: 7 May, 2016
Focal length: 23.1mm
Location: 37° 12.0792′ 0″ N 112° 59.3147′ 0″ W
Shutter speed: 1/125s