Watery Wednesday #155: Sinawava Falls

Sinawava Falls from the Temple of Sinawava, Zion National Park, Utah. June 18, 2011.

(Note:  All pictures may be enlarged by clicking on them once or twice.)

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The Temple of Sinawava is the last shuttle stop along the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive.  The only way to get to it when we visited the park was by shuttle bus.  I could not see much of the scenery while on the bus, so I was happy to get off so I could look around.

I was doubly happy when I spotted this waterfall high up on the canyon wall.  There was only a thin stream of water coming over the edge, but it could be followed for quite a way down.

Sinawava Falls, Zion National Park. June 18, 2011.

My telephoto lens brought the detail of the waterfall closer, but lost the beautiful canyon around Sinawava Falls.  I couldn’t decide which photo I like best, so I’m posting both.

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16 Responses to “Watery Wednesday #155: Sinawava Falls”

  1. Sandra Says:

    not your average falls, like you usually take, it is beautiful. and I am thinking it is a sina to wava at it… sorry had to say it since i thought it

  2. Gardener on Sherlock Street Says:

    They are both worthy photos. Can’t wait to see it in person. Thank you for sharing.

  3. Mildred Says:

    So very breathtaking. I love both pictures!

  4. Tanya Says:

    those rocks are quite amazing aren’t they?

  5. Sylvia Kirkwood Says:

    It is indeed such a beautiful place and your photos brought back lovely memories of my visit there years ago. Love the waterfall! Great post for the day!

    Sylvia

  6. Ginny Hartzler Says:

    Goodness, that is large and impressive! Different looking from the usual waterfall. The size alone is awesome, you captured that well.

  7. dayphoto Says:

    I took a photo of one of the falls for you! I will post it soon!

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

  8. Jeannette StG Says:

    Thanks for capturing this detail with your tele lens – it’s very beautiful! Haven’t been there yet:)

  9. Ruth Hiebert Says:

    That is quite spectacular.

  10. magicalmysticalteacher Says:

    How totally fascinating, the way the water hugs the rock wall!

  11. Rose Says:

    I am glad you posted both till we could appreciate it more. What a place…imagine what the first people/pioneers thought when they found places like this.

  12. ewok1993 Says:

    you find the any waterfalls around. such lovely captures.

  13. The Incredible Woody Says:

    Love that place!

  14. sartenada Says:

    Very interesting and beautiful waterfall. This time my eyes admired red colored rocks. We do not have rocks with that color.

  15. Kathy Says:

    This is breathtaking!

  16. madrassi Says:

    Both are fantastic, but still i liked the first one. Beautiful

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