Blakeway Worldwide Panoramas
Minnetonka, MN 55343 USA
Located at the junction of the Mojave Desert, Great Basin and Colorado Plateau is the stunning scenery captured in Zion National Park panoramic pictures. A popular target of many Zion National Park panoramas is Zion Canyon, which is 15 miles long and half a mile deep, cutting into the landscape to display deep red Navajo Sandstone.
The geological features in Zion National Park pictures was carved into the landscape over a period of 150 million years. Its vegetation and other wildlife have changed dramatically over time, with the Colorado Plateau shift elevating the Zion Canyon over 10,000 higher across the last 13 million years.
Many popular areas of geological interest are commonly made focus in Zion National Parks panoramas, such as the flat-topped butte known as West Temple; the Towers of the Virgin, including the Sundial and Alter of Sacrifice; the North Fork Virgin River; and the Great White Throne.
As a stunningly beautiful region of the American West, Zion National Park panoramas have become increasingly popular over the past century, and are sure to continue to spark interest in U.S. conservation for future generations.