Moments In Time Photography By Tom Lazar

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Over a million years, the flowing water of the Virgin River has gnawed through nine layers of rock strata formations to create the incredible scenery found in Zion Canyon. The name early Mormon settlers gave Zion National Park is a fitting one. In Mormon theology, Zion is a heavenly place close to God.  Designated in 1919, Zion is Utah's oldest national park and is known for its incredible canyons and spectacular views. The colorful Watchman Peak towers above the Fremont cottonwoods lining the streamside near the south entrance to Zion.  




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