Posts Tagged ‘National Park’

Capitol Reef National Park The first park a friend and I visited on a recent trip to Utah was Capitol Reef National Park. While making images at Bryce National Park (as seen in my previous post) seemed easy, I cannot say the same was true here. But, the experienced photographer has learned to accept and […]


No explanation necessary… the picture tells the story of how the canyon got its name! On this evening a nice cloud pattern was forming so I decided to go down to the Sunset Point pull-off and try my luck. I do think canyons can be very tricky to photograph. The lighting often has a high […]


Misfits

24Jun12

In going through my Smoky Mountains images one last time I found a few stragglers I wanted to process. These ‘misfits’, that didn’t seem to go with my other posts conclude my series about the trip. The only thing missing from the 4 full days and 2 half days of dedicated shooting are some wildflower […]


Day Five It was Wednesday and time to leave the Palouse and head back west by way of Rainier again. We got up early and went looking for an old covered railroad bridge our innkeeper told us about. She said that ‘all the photographer’s go there’! We followed some sketchy directions we found on the […]