In January of 2017, I set out for an ill-conceived trip to northern Utah to visit the Spiral Jetty. I almost made it all the way there. If it wasn't for feet of snow on the last nine miles of road. You can read about that here. The two photos below show a picture of … Continue reading Finishing the Jetty Journey
Hot springs bathers enjoy the naturally heated pools as the cold spring snow melt rages by. We made a second visit to the Fifth Water Hot Springs on a beautiful spring day. The hot springs are located near Spanish Fork Canyon just a bit east of Spanish Fork Peak off of Diamond Fork road (see … Continue reading A Journey to Fifth Water Hot Springs
I was hoping to see the Winter version of this. My friend Richard Barron challenged me 2 weeks ago to photograph the Spiral Jetty that is located way north of Salt Lake City on the northeast side of the Great Salt Lake at Rozel Point. I had never heard of it before. After doing a … Continue reading Journey to the Jetty…Or Not
The deluge of snow continues this winter here in Utah. Here are some snaps and video I took this week on my way to workout at the gym.
Well there were no dreams necessary for a White Christmas on this Christmas morning. It started snowing overnight and by 9am, this is what the area looked like. I drove into Provo Canyon to see what it looked like and I did not have to go too far to find some wonderful winter scenery. First … Continue reading A White Christmas – Morning and Evening
This is the 1st of 2 pix that I tool from the exact same spot on the stream. I simply did a 180 and took the 2nd picture, which is below. They both came out nice. Yana and I drove to American Fork Canyon today. It was my first trip there. I didn't realize it … Continue reading First Journey to American Fork Canyon
I have visited another world. Abby patiently waits while Richard and I photo geek out before dinner in Monticello, UT. No, I am serious. I have visited another world. I have been to Canyonlands National Park in Utah. It is one of the MOST AMAZING places I have ever been. More on that in a … Continue reading The Wonder of Canyonlands