I'm not a professional by any stretch of the imagination. But i've taken some passable shots along the way and I'll share them with you. These are not for commercial use without permission and attribution. They're mainly for you to enjoy.
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Spring thaw in Big Cottonwood Creek
A rock formation inside the Broads Fork bowl
Eroded bench in Bryce Canyon
Bryce Canyon with the Grand Staircase in the distance
A trail down into Bryce
Sunset at the "Little Grand Canyon" of the San Rafael River
A colorful butte at Capitol Reef
A dome at Capitol Reef, at sunrise
Castle-shaped formation at sunrise, Wedge Overlook
Clouds pour into the crater of Haleakala Volcano on Maui
Headwall of Days Fork trail, a side canyon of Big Cottonwood Canyon
Ephedra on the edge of the canyon before sunrise, Wedge Overlook
Aspens in Big Cottonwood Canyon
A farm field below the Sleeping Giant trail on Kaua'i
Rock chimney in Kodachrome Basin
View from a Pali (overlook) near the Ka'u Desert on the Big Island
An eroded cliff face at Capitol Reef.
The Ka'u Desert. A lava desert on the Big Island
Spires in Kodachrome Basin
Lake Blanche, a popular destination for day hikers
The main crater in the Kilauea Volcano on the Big Island
Distant mesas at Capitol Reef
This dome at Capitol Reef is reminiscent of a minaret
A shack on the island of Moloka'i
The island of Molokini, viewed through fog on Maui
Sunrise at the "Little Grand Canyon" of the San Rafael River
The moon as seen from Kaui just before a lunar eclipse
The rugged Na'apali Coast, seen from the water. Kaua'i
An old steam engine remains at the Eclipse Mine at Days Fork
Broads Fork Twin Peaks in winter, as seen from my back yard
Pastel-colored peak at Capitol Reef
First snow of the season
Riders on a distant Trail in Bryce Canyon
Sea cliff from the Kalalau Trail (Na'apali) on Kaua'i
A small castle at Capitol Reef
Lily pads at Lake Tahoma
Snowbird is world famous for skiing. The summer sights aren't so bad, either.
Late spring at Brighton Utah
Subtle colors of spring appear below Day's Fork
After sunset on a North-Carolina beach
Dawn at Twin Lakes
A scrap of fence on the San Rafael Swell
You can't help but think of the Bat Cave. This is in Kaua'i
Bryce Canyon, looking toward Escalante
Twin Lakes, above Brighton. Taken from the pass.
Midsummer meadow behind Twin Peak
Few people walk the steep road to the bottom of the Waipio Valley.
Beach walkway, given a painterly treatment
This is the first sight you see when you look down into Bryce Canyon. It gets better from there.