Gypsum Ponds

Last Monday I went out photographing with my good friend Robert Jay to the Gypsum Ponds for some scenery and wildlife shots. He recently got a new camera and so it was great to have someone to go out shooting with again.  It was fun shooting together and teaching him some of the techniques I …

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Big Cottonwood Creek

ISO 100, 14mm, f/22, 0.6 sec Over the Thanksgiving weekend my sister Bonnie and I went out to do some photography.  We headed up Big Cottonwood canyon to see if we could get some good snow photographs.  It was really, really cold this morning.  If I remember correctly it was in the low 20s Fahrenheit …

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Silver Lake in Utah

Back in 2012 I went up to Silver Lake with my sister Bonnie to take photographs.  Later that week I went to the San Juan Mountains for a photography workshop and forgot all about these images. Wish I would have had the long lenses I have now to photograph these two moose that were at …

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St George Temple

This morning before we headed home from our bicycling weekend in St. George, we went around to a few places to get some sight-seeing in.  I wanted to get a photograph of the St. George Temple so I dragged my Brother and Dad over there first. They only protested slightly in jest. 🙂 I took …

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Temple Square Lights

The Saturday after thanksgiving, I went with my brother Jon and his family, to Temple Square to see the annual Christmas lights in downtown Salt Lake City, UT.  it was a warm evening and only the second day the lights were turned on.  This made for some huge crowds. As I was trying to photograph …

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Memory Grove Park

ISO 100, 24mm, f/5.6, 1/5000 My sister, Bonnie, and I went to down town Salt Lake City to a park called Memory Grove Park.  This is a memorial park for veterans. They have memorials for WWI and WWII. ISO 200, 14mm, f/5.6, 1/1250 I’m not done editing all of the photographs from this afternoon, but …

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Maroon Bells 2014

On Saturday the 4th of October two hours before dawn, I awoke and got ready to drive to Aspen, CO and from there up a canyon to Maroon Bells.  I had been meaning to go for the last 2 weekends and was afraid that already I would be too late for the colors. I was …

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