Living in Utah, which has been classified as a desert, you’d think that we’d have a lack of trees and wooded areas. However, the Rocky and Uinta Mountains in northern Utah and the various Plateaus in southern Utah give Utahans a plethora of pine and leafy foliage of the tall variety to gaze upon. The first image was taken on the grounds of Southern Utah University outside the world famous (and soon to be demolished) Adams Theatre at the Utah Shakespearean Festival. The other images are from previous posts (most taken in Utah).
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