Sunset at Cedar Breaks, Utah
Cedar Breaks National Monument is a hidden gem in Utah's natural landscape, often overshadowed by its nearby counterparts such as Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks.
Cedar Breaks National Monument is a stunning natural formation located in southwestern Utah, United States. It is situated in the western edge of the Markagunt Plateau, about 23 miles east of Cedar City. The monument is known for its breathtaking amphitheater, which features intricate, colorful rock formations similar to those found in Bryce Canyon National Park.
Cedar Breaks amphitheater faces west, this allows the eroding limestone, shale, and sandstone to pick up the light from the setting sun. In this photograph, the red sandstone is reflecting the light resulting in a fantastic glow.