Monthly Archives: September 2013

Not enough lens

With the incredible vistas at Dead Horse Point, near Moab – my widest lens could not do justice to the views.  When you have 270 degree views of the canyon, there does not exist a wide enough lens.  Here’s a … Continue reading

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Double Airstream, Double Rainbow

Shortly after we arrived at Monument Valley, a beautiful vintage Airstream pulled in right next to us.  Then to top it off, after a very brief rainshower, we were treated to a double rainbow as well!

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Valley of Goblins

Somewhere out between Capitol Reef and Moab is a desolate, remote, area called Goblin Valley.  Here, wind and water have created out of sandstone, little goblins – short stubby spires of rock – not as majestic as what you find … Continue reading

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Hells Backbone 1, Ford Superduty 4×4 0

Later that afternoon, after resting up from the Peekaboo Canyon hike, we traveled to Boulder, UT to  a great restaurant, Hells Backbone Grille.  We had a wonderful meal, and, since there was still a lot of light left, we decided … Continue reading

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