Month: October 2015
Stormy Zion Country
Persistent rains and thunderstorms continue to invade Southern Utah and Zion National Park. Flash flooding remains a threat as Pacific storms migrate from Southern California. Which of course can provide some dramatic photos.
A Friendly Walk Up the Narrows
Visiting friends, Ken and Rich from St. Louis, requested the mandatory stroll up Zion National Park’s The Narrows. A must for any visitor. The Virgin River is very refreshing to hike through on a 90 degree day. It’s still hot here in Southern Utah. …
Southern Utah Painted With Fall Colors- Part One
I recently showcased fall images from The North Rim area of The Grand Canyon in Northern Arizona. The highlands of Southern Utah have been putting on its own fashion show this past week. This area is above the redrock country most associated with Southern Utah, reaching some 7,000 to 10,000 feet in elevation. These beautiful…
Varying Degrees Of Light At Zion National Park
It’s all about The Light as far as I am concerned. Flat light is ugly and bright light is straining to the eye. But filtered light or varying light produces dramatic images as seen recently at Zion National Park, Utah. These photos and more are available as prints and downloadable files at What’s New At…
Autumn Colors Explode In Northern Arizona
The North Rim of The Grand Canyon and surrounding Kaibab National Forest yielded some intense fall colors this past week. The aspens were on fire at around the 9,ooo foot altitude.