My family took advantage of the cooler weather today to walk around Thanksgiving Point Gardens, where they had a Lego display. There were some fun ones, and we finished right around the time it was starting to get too warm…. Continue Reading →
I made a calendar for 2020 for individual months using my photography as the headers. It was much more time consuming to create than I thought it would be, but I enjoyed making it.
I recently had the chance to spend a weekend in the mountains of Utah at a cabin near Mirror Lake. It was nice to get away and unplug. My family spent time playing card games, putting together puzzles and playing… Continue Reading →
On the trip to Hawaii, I also stopped over at a native/exotic wood store, Aloha Woods, (http://alohawoods.com) and shipped home some fun specimens to use in later projects. I hope you enjoy the video, please comment, like and subscribe to… Continue Reading →
I recently had the opportunity to visit Hawaii with my wife, my siblings, their spouses and my mom. No kids. To put it simply, it was amazing! We took a cruise around the islands, and saw many beautiful vistas and… Continue Reading →
As everyone with a pulse is aware, there was a solar eclipse that was visible in the United States on Aug 21, 2017. From my vantage point (in Utah), it was only around 91% of a total eclipse, but was… Continue Reading →
I recently had the chance to take my family on a vacation to California. One of the locations we visited was Big Tree State Park. While Northern California is known for the redwood forest, the predominant tree here was sequoia…. Continue Reading →
The beauty of Autumn in Utah can’t be beat, and I love taking pictures of all the Fall foliage and landscapes. The heat of summer has worn off, kids are back in school, and there is so much diversity in… Continue Reading →
My wife had a family reunion in Yellowstone, Wyoming this past summer, and I finally got around to editing the pictures. The park is beautiful and I am constantly amazed at what nature can accomplish.
On the third day of my “kidnapped” trip to California, we went to the Huntington Gardens and Library. It was quite spectacular. There were some very famous paintings such as “Blue Boy” and “Pinky” as well as a wide variety… Continue Reading →
I went to Bridal Veil Falls to take some fall pictures and try some water-blur photos as well. I think they turned out well, despite the harsh light and shadow.
Every year Thanksgiving Point has a Tulip festival where around 1 million tulips are in bloom. This year through a series of weather and other issues, I wasn’t able to go until it was technically over, but I still got… Continue Reading →
With all the cold weather we’ve been having, the even the fog freezes. On my way to work, I happened across these and took some shots. Which one is your favorite? Purchase Print
I hiked to Timpanogos Cave National Monument last Saturday, and besides the wonderful weather, the views were amazing. I thought I’d share them.
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