Posts Tagged ‘Utah’

Yehah For Utah!

28Apr19

The images in this set are from two trips to Utah … just across the border. It’s nice to get away from time to time, take in different views, and shoot new scenes. Utah’s canyons, buttes, mesas and strange rock formations provide unique opportunities. The first trip was a fun photo weekend with a friend. […]


You are cordially invited to attend the virtual opening of my 2018 Gallery … in keeping with a 16 year tradition! This year I plan on making changes to my website as I look to get away from Dreamweaver and use an online website builder. If you have any recommendations please let me know. I […]


Abandoned Utah

04Feb18

The West has its share of abandoned buildings, and cars too … usually leftovers from mining or pioneer days. Simply built and now weathered, many seem to be hanging by a thread and against all odds! I’ve already discovered many that are close to home, and within reach, so it’s always fun to look for […]


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 […]


Bryce Canyon National Park In November a fellow photographer friend and I took 4 days to visit two national parks in Utah … Capitol Reef & Bryce Canyon. “Everything is far apart out here in the West” someone once told me. They were right … the trip included 6-8 hours (more or less) to get […]


You are cordially invited to attend the opening of my virtual 2016 Gallery! In keeping with a 14 year tradition I’ve posted favorites from the past year on my website. This year all of my photos are from many special moments around home in Colorado as well as visits to nearby canyon country in Utah. […]


Following are some images made at the end of October during a three-day photo jaunt to the Moab, Utah area. Starting out early I was in denial as the sky became dreary and cloud-covered. Against my wishes and attempted positive thinking, the already gray flat light turned to rain. This all making the first day […]


This will be a very spare post … it seems I goofed! Some images from the last part of my trip are M.I.A. While I have a system in place to safeguard against losing images this has been a wake up call that my system only works if I adhere to it. I either lost […]


Here are some favorites from the middle portion of my photo trip to the Moab, Utah area. The images in part one were from Canyonlands National Park and Dead Horse State Park and the images in this post were shot in Arches National Park. Here the area around Balanced Rock proved to be a good […]


A recent trip to Moab was a great reunion with friends and a photography marathon as well! Wanting to shoot during the hours near sunrise and sunset left us with little time for sleep, especially with the long summer days. Six o’clock sunrises meant getting up even earlier to be at our location on time […]