RAINBOW POINT, BRYCE CANYON NP, UT, 2017

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RAINBOW POINT, BRYCE CANYON NP, UT, 2017

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Bryce Canyon is an otherworldly destination. Used for ranching cattle in the later 19th and early 20th centuries, it was famously said to be "one hell of a place to lose a cow." All prints hand made in mobile studio 11 x 16.5"(1 of 10), 8x12"(1 of 10), and 6x9"(1 of 25) giclee photographic print on 13 x 19", 11x14", and 8.5x11" museum quality Red River fine art matte paper. Signed and numbered by Slaton. 

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The Slatons are a nomadic husband/ wife team, dedicated to being good stewards of the wonder and natural beauty we've been given on this earth. Andrew, a photographer and educator, dedicates his time and efforts to capture and share the splendor and creative emotion of nature. Ellen, a yogi and storyteller, is most at home sleeping under the stars and sharing her stories from the road. Follow us as we search for a simplified life of adventure and community on the road.

Instagram: @andrewrslaton @ellenslaton @sister.aussies