Since my approach to Zion National Park was from the east side (heading back to Vegas), you have to travel along what is known as the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive. The route travels through a narrow, dark, winding one-way canyon tunnel road carved underneath the massive rocks and cliffs above. Unfortunately, there is no way to stop to capture any photos through the very small ventilation port hole openings on the side.
This was one of the scenes I captured before entering the tunnel while waiting for the traffic exiting from the other direction. Interestingly, and judging by the colour of the formation, one would notice that the geology in this area is totally different from what I have experienced within the entire area of Arizona and the Grand Canyon.
Unfortunately, and due to severe time constraints, I did not get a chance to see much of Zion NP other than what I saw driving through. I know I will be returning to the area one day soon.
Hope you like this one.