We are having snow in late April, and I think Southern Utah is finally out of a major drought after eight years. Who knows?
Whatever happened to these cool turquoise paint jobs?
I post-process some of these images to look like expired film from the 70s.
And some clouds floatin by…
Cedar City is off in the distance.
It’s still snowing in my country in mid-April. When are we going to get some warmth? I guess the moisture isn’t too bad to utilize for taking pictures. This is the early morning, yesterday.
I’m attempting to use a narrow depth of field to convey some sort of impressionism here. Let me know if it is working? I’m new to this style of photography. . .
I know this ain’t pretty but it is texture. So I converted this to sepia so it looks more like oil.
I’m gonna buy me a Mercury and cruise it up and down the road!
Yet, another snowy spring storm. I guess we get to fall in love with a wet green summer. This is just a few miles south of Cedar City, Utah!
Near Durango, Colorado, in the Four-Corners region.
I enjoyed the texture on the walls and the window-light in this abandoned structure out in the middle of nowhere.