Was up very early this morning, 2 AM, to catch some night skies. I used two cameras. One to catch star trails (several images stacked together to show the rotation of the stars) and another to catch the Milky Way. I took several series. The above image is one of star trails and the one below is of the Milky Way (wasn't a very spectacular display this morning).
I left from taking night shots to go to what is known as the Canyon Overlook. This is a mile long climb across mountain ledges in the dark. (I can hear my wife cringing now.) Actually I had a headlamp and the trail was pretty well marked. I got to the top in time for sunrise which was not all that spectacular. What is good for night sky shots (clear skies) is not good for sunrise/sunset shots. Here are some shots from that journey which included a trip along the road to the east entrance to Zion NP.
After this trip I went back to the campground for lunch and a nap. Headed back into the park and hopped a shuttle all the way to the northernmost stop where the narrows are. There is also a nice riverside trail that I walked all the way to the narrows and back. Here are a few images from that walk.