In previous years, I've visited the area around Moab, Utah, which is home to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, as well as Dead Horse Point State Park. But Utah has a number of other amazing canyons and other geological features. It is, after all, home to 5 National Parks, as well as a number of National Monuments (which are currently being targeted for reduction in size by the US Department of the Interior -- something that I disagree strongly with).
On this road trip, I visited both Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks for the first time. I also went to a few of the slot canyons in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.
When one thinks of autumn colors, they usually think of the many colors of the trees in New England. Or of the many groves of aspens in the Rocky Mountains. Even though I've lived in Colorado for nearly twenty years, I've hadn't gone off to see what it was like. Until now.
I signed myself up for a photography workshop in the San Juan Mountains for this fall (since I probably wouldn't have gone otherise), led by Joe Rossbach. Normally, I've been used to photographing compositions of wide open landscapes, usually of mountain vistas, with nearby lakes. But standing inside a mature aspen grove felt like unfamiliar ground to me.
In a recent FB post (and IG story), I showed a picture of my camera pack as I was preparing for an outing into the San Juan Mountains of Colorado, which prompted some people to ask, "What is all of that stuff?".
Today, something new with old images -- wallpapers for your phone background and lock screens! These are designed for the aspect ratio of iPhone5 - iPhone 8, but should also be pretty close to what the Android Phone resolutions are. Download and installation instructions on the Phone Wallpaper link.
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