Ruby Beach WA

Last summer as part of our teachers quorum high adventure we stopped at Ruby Beach on our way from Port Angeles, WA to Westport, WA.  This is a popular, beautiful, wide, sandy beach where a lot of people stop to enjoy the sand and the ocean.   ISO 100, 14mm, f/5.0, 1/800 sec This is the …

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Side by Side-Architecture

  I spent a lot of the day today, well at this time yesterday….., taking photographs with my son, Christian, for the upcoming Vail Valley Art Guild Side by Side show.  This is where a photographer and another medium artist pair up to create the same scene. Here are the images from the days shoot.  …

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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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Oquirrh Mountain Temple

On Saturday, May 9th we took my son, Tyler, to the temple to take out his endowments prior to him leaving on his mission to Saint Petersburg, Russia to serve the Lord for 2 years.  He chose to take out his endowments at the Oquirrh Mountain temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day …

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Utah State Capital

These photographs have been patiently waiting to be edited and posted since Thanksgiving weekend 2014.  After taking my sister Jolene’s family portraits, my brother Jon and his family went over to the capital to take some photographs. These photographs were taken with my D800 and the awesome 14-24mm 2.8G lens from Nikon. Love this one of …

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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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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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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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