We spent some time this weekend up in the Uinta Mountains in Northern Utah. We’ve had some early snow above 7000 feet, and most of the Quakies had dropped their leaves, but it made the ground glow golden.
This photo is from our trip along the PCH last October (2012). We spent about 40 minutes on this beach capturing the waves crashing on the rocks along the shoreline.
I love this view of Mount Olympus, one of the mountain peaks in the Wasatch Front that surround the Salt Lake Valley. This picture was taken in May, and as you can see, the elevation of the mountains means that the snow doesn’t completely disappear until midsummer.
No photoshoping on this one, except for my moniker. To make it even creepier, this was the underground station we waited at after taking the evening “Jack, the Ripper” London Walking Tour. It was a great tour.
We love fishing, but usually do it from the shore. While visiting family in California last fall, we had a blast boat fishing. We didn’t catch anything, but it was still so much fun.