Sunset Through a Dirty Window
Not All Leaves Fall
Outside my window there is a sycamore tree that keeps its leaves throughout the winter.
Nothing gets me to drop everything and take my camera outside like a brilliant sunrise. It always surprises me how quickly they pass. Taken from my home a couple days ago.
A lone bird and I witnessed the temporary sky painting early on a winter morning.
Fifty-eight Visible Spires
The Salt Lake Temple with the Assembly Hall in the foreground, under a gray evening sky.
Imagine Dragons lead singer Dan Reynolds performing in Salt Lake City as part of the Adobe Digital Marketing Summit.
Late March frost patterns on my car.
It's Just Me
I found this small flower opening on a weed in my front yard. It was no bigger than the tip of a ballpoint pen. I used extension tubes to get in close.
Metal bars making up the seat of a park bench.
Back in March, I'd had my eye on a bunch of blossoming cherry trees near my home. I finally found some time to go photograph them - and it was just in time, because the next time I passed, the flowers were gone.
Is there anything about an orange that's less than awesome? I think not. :)
Hide and Seek: The Nature Version
I love when the mountains play hide and seek in collaboration with the clouds. What a beautiful world we live in! This is Mt. Timpanogos in Utah.
I Am Mountain
Mount Nebo, Utah, from the west covered with a fresh spring snowfall.
Sun Setting Softly
This was an unintentionally out-of-focus shot that I ended up liking more than the silhouettes I was attempting. :) The sun was setting over the Pacific Ocean.
Water below and water above. The Pacific Ocean from Southern California.
Art of Water and Rock
Art courtesy of the Pacific Ocean's water against North American rock, over and over and over. Detail of colorful rock at low tide at the tide pools in Corona Del Mar, California.
A Little Crabby
This little guy was a bit annoyed about having a long lens pointed right in his face...and just after this, he scurried away.
Lost At Sea
Can you imagine losing your love to the vast, impenetrable ocean? I tried to make this fit the mood of the title and hark back to a time when the ocean was even more of a mystery than it is today.
Sun on Saltwater
Light from the setting sun reflects on a swell in the Pacific.
A Better View
The world looks different when you're a bug.
My little girl singing her heart out. Actually, she was just making faces - but I thought she looked like a baby diva. :)
Lines and Edges
Detail of the Adobe Utah building.
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