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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Lake Mary

Over the Fourth of July Weekend, I spent some time with my parents and some of my siblings.  My Dad, my brother Jon and I rode our bikes up Big Cottonwood canyon to Brighton Ski Resort to meet Jon’s wife and daughter, my sisters Leslie,  Jolene and their families, for a hike to Lake Mary. …

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Beaver Creek Chapel

I learned about an iconic chapel in Beaver Creek this week.  President Gerald R. Ford was instrumental in constructing this wonderful building. I had the opportunity to talk with the caretaker of the Chapel, a man named Rob, I apologize if I am remembering his name incorrectly.  He told me a lot about the history …

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Highway 131 Loop

This past Thursday I was talking with Ed Dent, MD, a primary care doctor here in Eagle.  We were talking cycling, of course :),  and places to ride here in Eagle county.  One of the rides we talked about is a nice loop ride.  This ride starts in Eagle and heads east down Highway 6 to where it meets Highway …

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Arches Part 3….of 4

Well, I got through another section of photographs from my weekend in Arches National Park. It has been fun editing them, although a much longer process than anticipated. I’ve liked many more than the 47 I’ve included in this post, but consider these to be some of the best. As I said in the last …

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