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The main part of Zion National Park in southwestern Utah was just as much a zoo when we visited on October 22nd as the Grand Canyon had been a few days earlier. Adding to the crowding at Zion was the fact that all the schoolchildren in Utah had no classes that week. Lucky us.
Nevertheless, we overlooked (literally and figuratively) the swarms of people and managed to see some great sights. The ones shown here are the first two I photographed that morning as we drove into the park from the southeast.
© 2016 Steven Schwartzman