After making the very family-friendly hike to Landscape Arch in Arches National Park, my son expressed his desire to continue down the trail toward Double O Arch. From what my … Continue reading Cold snowy mountains and warm desert rocks
As the day wore on and the winter storm clouds stopped dumping their moisture, the view along the Wasatch Front was amazing. I was lucky enough to spend a few … Continue reading Winter storm clouds shroud Lone Peak
If you’ve ever been to Temple Square around Christmas time, you’ll see many of the walks lined with lights. From hanging snowflake lanterns to illuminated pin-pricked bags. While standing on … Continue reading Lights of Love in Many Languages at Temple Square
When I left my office yesterday and saw the clouds hovering around Mount Olympus east of Murray, and while I wanted to take a quick photo, there were no good … Continue reading Winter storm clouds around Lone Peak
The weather in Utah is always pretty unpredictable (sorry weathermen.. and weatherladies, but it’s true). Just as the leaves along the Wasatch Front started bringing out fall in all its … Continue reading Mother Nature tried to skip autumn and go straight to winter
I’ve taken what seems like a bazillion photos. My subjects have ranged from macro to wide angle, and everything in between. Many of the photos I have taken (the good … Continue reading Preparing to Launch a Photo Project – Stay Tuned!
While vacationing at Bear Lake, but brother-in-law, who is an avid fly fisherman, asked me if I wanted to go fly fishing with him. I had not brought my rod, … Continue reading Challenges of photographing a man fly fishing
Today’s Earth Day. It seems like I was an avid landscape photographer before starting my blog and pushing myself to try new things, so I didn’t have any recent nature … Continue reading Sharing a Photo in Honor of Earth Day