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August 2009

Lower Antelope Canyon Abstract

Sandstone Waves in Antelope Canyon

With my camera still out, I’m still digging through the archives searching for photos that I for some reason really like, but don’t have up on this blog yet. So here’s one from Lower Antelope Canyon just outside of Page, Arizona up in the northern part of the state. Antelope Canyon is a slot canyon that creates a world like you’ve never seen before.… Keep reading...

Creek Runoff from Ramshead Lake

Ramshead Lake Runoff

This is one of the last shots I took with my Canon 5D. The day I busted it, I had headed up to Lake of the Crags earlier that day and on the way to Lake of the Crags is Ramshead Lake. This is the creek that runs off of it that flows into Arrowhead Lake which eventually becomes the Ribbon Cascade in Hanging Canyon on its way into Jenny Lake.… Keep reading...

Mooney Falls on the Havasupai Reservation

Mooney Falls

Mooney Falls is a 200-foot tall waterfall just one mile downstream from the more popular Havasu Falls. Both are located on the Havasupai Reservation in the Grand Canyon and sees heavy traffic due to the fact it’s a very desert atmosphere complete with massive red cliffs, prickly-pear cactus, cottonwood trees and plenty of sand.… Keep reading...

Green River Lakes in the Wind River Mountains

Green River Lakes Scenic Landscape

Here’s another from last month’s quick jaunt up into the Wind River Mountains. I was camping at Green River Lakes which is an extraordinarily scenic location and makes for a great trailhead to the backcountry of the Wind River Range. The lakes are a series of natural lakes along the Green River, which originates deep in this particular mountain range.… Keep reading...

Moose Drooling in the Green River

Moose in Green River

In digging back into my archives, I didn’t get too far before noticing I hadn’t posted anything from a short trip to the Green River Lakes back in July. I was almost to the campgrounds when I saw this moose standing in the middle of the Green River, which originates up in the Wind River Mountains in Western Wyoming and meanders its way down to Central Utah where it meets up with the Colorado River in Canyonlands National Park.… Keep reading...