Month: July 2018
Chairs Stacked On A Barbed-Wire Fence
Saw this the other day out in the country of Southern Utah. There’s a message there I think. Can you guess what it may be? It definitely is a chairful scene!
Zion’s Hop Valley
Little-traveled Hop Valley in Zion National Park is an enigma wrapped around a riddle. It’s sublime but also bewitching. The valley itself is flat but ringed by distorted rock formations that left me with a smile on my face along with a frown. Evil storm clouds hovering nearby added to the carnival. …
The Zion Mt. Carmel Tunnel
The tunnel was built in 1930 and is 1.1 miles long. On the day the tunnel was dedicated, all 48 governors of the United States were in attendance (There were only 48 states at the time). Getting all the governors to agree on anything will probably never happen again. I’ve seen just about any type…
Some More Zion Milky Way Images
From Zion’s National Park’s Eastside including the famous “Bonsai Tree”
Don’t Ever Buy a Canon Camera
is terrible, the worst Their customer service is abysmal. I wanted to have a few small things fixed on my 5D mark III and they wouldn’t fix it because the rest of the camera needs some fixing which I am aware of. They won’t do partial repairs they told me. This is not the…
Zion Milky Way
The Milky Way is appearing in the night sky here this week at Zion National Park, Utah. It’s a celestial feast that can be observed in the southern sky after 11pm. The Milky Way will move across the southern sky from east to west.
Zion’s Observation Point Trail
It was 100 degrees Saturday and smoke from that nearby forest fire was in the air but my friend Jemmy and I made it to the top in about 2 hours. It’s 4 miles up and strenuous! All of theses images were taken with my new Google Pixel 2 smart phone camera, reputed to be…