They are the by-products of a rainy day at the 13th Annual Wildflower Festival at Cedar Breaks National Monument in […]
And now for something completely different!
No photos in this post, just words or more succinctly, one word. I’m starting a new series for this blog […]
The Under Rated and Under Appreciated Cedar Breaks
Cedar Breaks National Monument in Southern Utah doesn’t get the pub and hype that nearby Bryce Canyon and Zion National […]
One Electric Night ………….
Thursday night in Southern Utah saw many a thunder and lightning storm pass through the landscape. I hadn’t witnessed this […]
More Monsoonal Time Lapse Video
It’s only 38 seconds. Watch at Hi Def at full screen
Some Really Billowy Storm Clouds
These clouds reach far into the sky and are forerunners of monsoonal storms to come.
Zion Time Lapse Video
Monsoon season has arrived in Southern Utah which means the cerulean skies have given way to killer clouds and torrents […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]