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February is for Photobombs!

Photobomb – [ˈfōdōˌbäm] – Noun – When an unexpected person or animal appears in your camera’s view just as you snap the picture.

The hike up to Canyon Overlook in Zion National Park is quite fun, although the temperature while we were there was 107F, so we had to bring sufficient electrolyte drinks and pace down on the way up. Once on top I set up my camera and tripod and, as I was photographing into the afternoon sun, a young big horn sheep appeared from over the edge the cliff. The sheep stood there while I captured several triple bracket exposures, as I hoped it would remain still through the photo sequences. What a magical moment in time at such a beautiful national park.

Contributor:  Mark Wolsky, Nature Photographer.