Earlier I posted about how I’m thankful for the beauty of our wonderful earth. Today, I wanted to focus on my home state of Utah. Utah has amazing diversity in nature, from lush forests to desert to red rock formations and mountains. When the Mormon pioneers first settled here, the leader Brigham Young prophesied that the industries of the pioneers would make the desert blossom like the rose, and it truly has. The Salt Lake Valley has a population of over 1 million people, and the state has a population of over 3 million.
I love traveling around this beautiful state, photographing nature and people across the landscape.
16 thoughts on “Thankful November 6th: Utah”
Utah is beautiful and is lucky to have so many national parks! We visited Arches, Bryce Canyon and Salt Lake City last summer and enjoyed them very much!
I’m so glad you enjoyed your visit. I love seeing different places, and I sometimes forget how beautiful where I live is. 🙂
beautiful photographs. Thanks for sharing.
You’re welcome, and thank YOU!
When we were in Arizona, we wanted to go to Utah but there had been heavy snows and we didn’t have a 4X4. What a pity, too. But you pictures almost make up for it.
Thanks, Marilyn. I’m sorry you didn’t make up here.
Utah is beautiful 👍🏼
Yes, it really is. Everywhere I’ve been on earth had a beauty that amazes me.
And You have been to a lot 👍🏼
Yes. We love traveling. 🙂
We love travelling too, but a bit lacking in funds haha
It took us a while to get where we can go most places we want. We still have to plan and save, but we can usually do a big trip every year or two.
Yea that is usually my goal. Every two years fingers crossed.
I love this. I’m from Salt Lake so your photos look very familiar. Great post.
Thanks! It’s a beautiful place.