Tag Archive: Utah

Searching For Stillness By The Light Of Environmental Rage

Dinosaur National Monument, Colorado and Utah, October 1998 I’m utterly alone.  The nearest person is probably miles away.  On a high point, looking around at rocks, river, sagebrush, and cottonwoods, I realize how… Continue reading

The Archives – Capitol Reef National Park (pt. 1)

December 1998.  I have just accepted a job at Colorado Mountain College in Glenwood Springs, which requires moving from Gunnison.  I drop my stuff in my new apartment at the college and hit… Continue reading

The Archives – Canyonlands National Park

As you know I haven’t been posting much.  While I am incredibly happy to live in Washington, I haven’t felt much like taking photos, and my explorations have not really been blog worthy.… Continue reading

Bryce at Zero Degrees

At over 8,000 feet, Bryce Canyon National Park is quite different than much of southern Utah.  In early January, that means it’s COLD.  It was especially a shock after the warmth of Death… Continue reading

Grand Teton National Park & Park City

I drive through Grand Teton National Park every time I go to Yellowstone, but I had never spent more than a few hours there.  Truthfully it has never “grabbed” me like other places… Continue reading

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