Constant erosion from wind and water over the last 200 million years have produced some sandstone oddities that are worth […]
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Zion’s Cave Valley
Zion National Park’s Cave Valley is located in the Kolob Terrace section of the park and straddles private property. Actually, […]
Wahweap Hoodoos, A Prehistoric Landscape To Say The Least
Up on Wahweap Creek in Southern Utah are the Wahweap Hoodoos. They must’ve filmed that scene in 2001, A Space […]
Colorful Coal Mine Canyon
There is no paved parking lot. No signs. No shuttle buses. No entrance booth. No park rangers. No rails along […]
Bryce is Twyce as Nyce When it Snows
It snowed 3-4 inches at Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah yesterday. With only a 2 hour drive to get […]
Coyote Buttes- A Whimsical Product Of The Forces Of Nature.
Coyote Buttes, on the Arizona/Utah border, is a landscape that defies description. Freud would have trouble developing a diagnosis for […]
Surreal Yellow Rock
Yellow Rock at The Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument in Southern Utah is yellow but also red, magenta, gold, orange, […]
Bryce is Cool
A quick trip to Bryce Canyon for a photo workshop left me just enough time to snap these shots.
Photo Of The Week- Natural Graffiti
From Blue Canyon in Northern Arizona. This is natural. No spray paint needed.
Photo Of The Week- Pyramids in Utah?
The remote and rough Cottonwood Canyon Road weaves its way for 47 miles through The Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in […]