What do you think of when someone mentions Bryce Canyon National Park? Sweeping views of thousands of sandstone hoodoos glowing in early morning or late afternoon light? Yeah, me too. That’s exactly what I had in mind a couple weeks ago when an overnight trip to the Escalante turned into a four day trip to Bryce. Sure, the vistas from the rim are grand and are certainly worthy of your attention. But take a short walk below the rim into places with whimsical names like Queens Garden or Wall Street, and a whole other side of Bryce begins to reveal itself. Down here, amongst the hoodoos, are myriad intimate scenes that I found far more interesting to photograph than the panoramic views from above. Gnarly juniper trees, stately pines, multi-hued badlands and enormous skies abound, making it all too easy to deplete your camera battery. Better pack an extra. And while you’re at it, throw in an extra memory card, too. Trust me, you’ll need them.