Part 3 of 3: The End of The Photos Strikes Back, Again. AKA, here’s the last of the shots I’ve deemed worthy from the heap I took during my trip to Utah this past May.
After returning from the super desert, we took a trip out to the salt flats.
They were super flat
Still pretty cool though. The thing about Utah is that pretty much anywhere is beautiful.
Gas stations included.
Massive canyons also included.
And scenic vistas most definitely included.
Oh that #lensflare.
Anyway, that’s it for me and Utah! Though the summer has transformed from the fresh faced beauty it was during this trip to the overgrown mess that is August, I’ve got a few hikes planned that will most certainly be photographed. Be on the look out for updates soon!
After a wonderful, rainy long weekend, we’re back with more photos and thinking dry. Very dry.
One of the more haunting places I’ve been was this place — Upper Calf Creek Falls in the Grand Staircase-Escalante area. Behind this tree lay a winding and windy plunge of a hike down to the namesake falls.
Edge of falls shown here; not shown is the 80 or so foot waterfall that I could not figure out how to see/get a photo of. But oh, could I hear it. Perhaps as a consolation, there were some smaller falls to check out.
Anyway, enough for now — and still more to come.
Took a trip out to Utah in May 2k14 and brought along the Canon T70 I picked up off ebay a couple years back. Climbed some mountains, hiked some deserts, drove some ATVs, shot some guns. V cash. Mad photos, so here’s the first part. Some of these are from the Uinta-Wasatch National Forest, others are from various trails up around that area.
It kind of looked like The Shining
Anyway, more to come.