Wire Pass, along the Utah/Arizona border is a prelude to the more famous Buckskin Gulch. Unfortunately, Buckskin was full of […]
Zion’s Subtle Eastside
Dog-Day Afternoon At Zion NP
These Japanese Chin dogs were with people visiting Zion National Park. Not sure who was driving? There was a total […]
Mud Is Beautiful
Recent rains swept water through the many washes in Southern Utah and yielded some interesting abstract patterns in nature. […]
For sunset images, don’t always shoot towards the sun. But look to the opposite direction to see how the light […]
A rather significant rainstorm invaded Zion National Park yesterday, driving away visitors but presenting some fine photo ops! […]
Fall Colors Have Arrived At Zion NP
That is on the East Side of the park. The colors tend to pop more on a cloudy and rainy […]
First Signs Of Winter?
In the upper elevations of Southern Utah, winter has made an early entrance. Luckily, I live in the lower elevations. […]
Last Vestiges Of Fall Color
That is at the upper elevations of Southern Utah. Autumn colors are due to migrate to the lower elevations soon, […]
Why Do Leaves Change Color In The Fall?
The quick answer is that the sun stays up less during autumn. The leaves need the sunlight for photosynthesis and […]