These photographs were taken in February of 2017 as part of the Artist-in-Residence Program at Zion National Park. They show a hushed and more intimate side of Zion instead of the classic, dramatic scenes that usually depict the canyon lands of the American West. We are used to seeing grand vistas of the ancient canyons, the red rocks under brilliant blue skies, the humbling and soaring magnificence of the peaks and narrow slot canyons. In winter, however, Zion displays a quieter side with cooler and more muted colors and the soft transitions between them. Winter reveals the deeper stillness that is always present in this beloved landscape if one can look closely and underneath the obvious.