Sometimes I like the texture in these older buildings around my hometown of Cedar City. There’s not much going on in this photo but I made the contrast a little more high key to bring out the textures. I figured it wouldn’t hurt simply posting it here, today. 🙂
This is me dangling my feet over the edge at Horseshoe Bend in Northern Arizona. Welcome to my life. This is my back yard! 😉
This is the typical thing seen at all the tourist traps and trading posts all over the Southwest. Heck, I love the colors though and texture so I posted it to my photoblog!
This was shot on the eastern outskirts of Moab, Utah. The texture in the sandstone was pretty eye-catching. Perhaps this was created by the Moab Fault Line?
I have to say that Arches National Park is one of the best places to be in Utah. There seems to be something spiritual illuminating the area and the beauty is simply hard to put into words. So that is why I interpret the landscape photographically. The town of Moab, Utah is right on the outskirts of Arches National Park. It is a small community of environmentally conscious folks. Not to far to the south is Canyonlands National Park which has some of the best scenic jeep trails and 4×4 routes in the country. This is the area I would love to start my own tourism operation, one day. 🙂
Located near Canyonlands National Park in Southeastern Utah.
I am on vacation in Moab with my uncle’s family this week. I was taking a bunch of pictures of Looking Glass Rock which is a big arch when I got this snapshot of my uncle on a business call. The lighting on the arch was perfect! 🙂
It’s been monsoon-like weather for the past few weeks. I’m loving it this summer. It’s been rewarding. We don’t get much rain here in the Southwest. It’s great to hear the thunder every night and smell wet sage.
I found this building over at SUU with a huge stained-glass window. I can spy on the public while they pass by and take pictures. 😉 Notice the lady smoking her cig? haha…