Since the day on the Tay I've been really busy. Had a wedding at Blair Castle (pics to follow when I get a mo) and assisted in an underwater fashion shoot which was so different! Yesterday was at the Master Photographers Association (MPA) Awards. It was very interesting, and I will definately be entering next year. The guest speaker was Andy Earl: www.andyearl.com/ If you get a chance to see him go. He was an inspiration.
"Highway to Heaven" ... thanks ever so much for over 120,000 views and 1,500 faves for this image.
Looking east on Highway 56 - southwestern Utah between Cedar City and Enterprise. Special thanks to my wife for the title ... xxoo As I traveled this road, I kept seeing this image in the rear view mirror. So, at the top of the hill, I pulled to the side of the road and walked to the middle of the road for this shot .... I didn't have to worry about traffic :-)
Union Pacific Depot, Salt Lake City
The Salt Lake City Union Pacific Depot is a spacious building on the western edge of downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. Built from 1908 to 1909, it harkens back to a more prosperous era in the history of American railroad travel. Originally called the Union Station, it was jointly constructed by two Union Pacific affiliates, the San Pedro, Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad and the Oregon Short Line at an estimated cost of $450,000. Both railroads' initials were prominently displayed on the…
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Try to be like the turtle - at ease in your own shell "The Turtle's teachings are so beautiful. So very special. It teaches us that everything you are, everything you need and everything you bring to the world is inside you, not external, and you carry it with you, and are not limited to … Home Read More »
FREE CLASS: Utah Ghost Towns and Abandoned Mines
Last night I attended a class about Utah ghost towns and abandoned mines by Mojave Underground, abandoned mine explorers of the American west, at the Kearns library. They talked about Utah’s ghost towns and abandoned mines, and gave tips and tricks on visiting them. Their class gave me an increased desire to get out and explore […]
Great Salt Lake crossing
An eastbound Union Pacific freight begins the long trek across Great Salt Lake at Lakeside, Utah. A wood trestle used to carry the line straight across directly in front of the train, but was later replaced with the fill that now zig-zags to the north. Promontory Peninsula and the Wasatch Mountains dominate the background, with Ogden located between them.