As 2021 comes to a close, it is time for me to review my favorite photographs of 2021. As always, these images are my personal favorites. They may not necessarily be my best images, or the images that others like best.
My October 2021 Photo of the Month is UT191, a beautifully decayed cabin photographed outside Henefer, Utah.
For now, the wandering has concluded. By the time you read this, I will have started my return from Northern Utah to San Diego.
In this post, I am including 12 new images after the peak of Fall Color has passed In the Wasatch, but the crowds remain, and I seek other areas to explore.
I wanted to share more from Northern Utah as autumn has brought pleasant weather, great fall color, and a lot of travel out and about. Here are twelve more images for you to enjoy.
I am on assignment in Northern Utah, and wanted to share a week’s worth of early images.
My May 2018 Photo of the Month is Buckhorn Beyond, an image made on Cedar Mountain overlooking Utah’s San Rafael Swell.
Utah is known for its red rock, deservedly so. But Utah is so much more than red rock country. If you like plateaus and canyons, then Southern Utah is about as spectacular as any location in the world. Red rock country gives way to the Wasatch in the North. Utah is also famous for the … Read more
Update: Due to ongoing careless stewardship of the location by visitors, the National Park Service has now permanently closed this location. Do not attempt to visit it. We are losing our wild places because a few spoil it for the many.
Earlier in January, I visited the False Kiva ruin in Canyonlands National Park and it was an extraordinary experience.
Update: Now that False Kiva has been closed by the National Park Service (for good reason!), I am glad that Jeremy and I made this trip back in 2010. Let’s exhort our hiking and photography enthusiasts to be more gentle with our fragile and sacred lands. Frozen Winter My good friend Jeremy Long and I … Read more