In my dreams, I can fly.
Into the Abyss
I captured these photons just after the rain let up. What a crazy morning. I got up to shoot the Mesa Arch but that notion quickly dissolved with the rain and clouds. I had the park almost entirely to myself with the exception of one old rusty and beaten down camper that kept racing at 90 MPH from viewpoint to viewpoint. Picture, if you will, Clark Griswold's cousin Eddie and his dog Snot racing up and down the park roads.
About the photo: Taken from the Grand View Point Overlook in Canyonlands, you can see Monument Basin in the foreground with the Abajo Mountains off in the distance. The roads on the right are old mining roads from when this area was mined for Uranium. White Rim road can be seen in the foreground. Feel like a drive? Well, you best schedule two days for it because this is a 100 mile long road.
False Kiva, Canyonlands, Utah
Be the Water
Zion NP, Utah
Tower of Babel II
Captured in Arches National Park, Utah.
The Totem Pole
Captured in Monument Valley, Arizona while on a 13 day road trip through the southwest.
Hammer of the Gods
La Sal Mountains, Arches National Park, UT
A thunder storm erupts over the La Sal Mountains near Arches National Park, UT. This image can be printed over 5 ft long at full resolution, as it is a stitched panorama.
Balanced Rock in Arches National Park, Utah.
The Grand Canyon at sunset from Navajo Point.
The Tower of Babel, Arches National Park, Utah
Park Avenue, Arches National Park, Utah
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