This Canyonlands feature is famous and visible through much of the Park.
These needle shaped forms ring Chesler Park in Canyonlands. This one just happened to be Pointing Out the moon as we passed by.
In a different section of Canyonlands altogether, the sensational Deadhorse Point is a photographer's dream.
This feature looks just like a beehive, yes? And what's funny is that Utah is known as "The Beehive State"....but not because of this formation.
We watched this storm cell sweep over the valley creating this spectacular light show. Better than TV any day!
This is quite the famous little Joshua Tree, found at Deadhorse point. Likely due to its line and grace. I've seen many renditions of its photo.
A different perspective on Deadhorse point. I wanted to convey the feeling of age old remote wildness with this black and white version.
Mesa in Magenta
Such a range of color in this southern Utah desert!
It's such a trip to watch storms in the desert! Can you see where the rain is falling?
Black and white drama here. What a big, big sky.
Six Shooter posing with Storm Drama as supporting cast....
Sunset on the La Salles
One of my favorite visions and juxtapositions to photograph: red rocks against snow clad mountains...
The Needles encircle a beautiful desert meadow, Chesler Park, that's been preserved undisturbed by grazing cattle. This night it looked like it ringed a meadow of fire!
Six Shooter and the Moon
This portrait of Six Shooter sports the supporting cast of the Old Man Moon.
Yup, it's rough out there....the black & white treatment of the scraggly bushes added to that feeling for me.
Shooting The Moon
"LOOK, LOOK, Six Shooter is shooting the MOON!"