After Bryce Canyon we headed on to Kodachrome Basin State Park, Utah. It is situated 5,800 feet above sea level, 12 miles south of Utah Route 12, and 20 miles southeast of Bryce Canyon National Park. On the day that we arrived it was obvious that there was a change in the weather happening as the sunny blue skies continued to darken with the approach of a heavy cloud bank. The walking tracks through the colourful formations were interspersed with wash-outs and dry creek beds. With the approaching weather one eye was kept on the sky while we spent a couple of hours exploring the tracks. A heavy deluge would have certainly spelt trouble but the photography had to be done never the less. Much to my surprise with all the threatening build, up not a drop of rain or snow fell on the park, it all went around us. Nearby peaks above 8,000 feet did get a covering overnight but we just got the spectacular sky show. Enjoy the images and watch the skies as I take you on a tour of this truly remarkable place.