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Albion and Wildflowers

Albion and Wildflowers




Wildflowers bloom in the wasatch mountains during the summer months and color the landscape in beautiful hues. Devils castle stands as a backdrop for such wildflowers creating a striking scene for outdoor enthusiasts and hikers that have frequent these areas.


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Albion Sunrise

Albion Sunrise




Early morning sunlight illuminates devils castle found in Albion basin above Alta, Utah. The Wasatch range offers many beautiful vistas such as this.


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Bryce Blues

Bryce Blues




A bank of hoodoos peek out of the blue fog and clouds on a foggy morning in Bryce Canyon National Park. The park offers visitors an unique view of multi-colored Hoodoos that have been formed by erosion over millions of years. The park is open year round and receives more than 1.7 million visitors—most for the hiking, sightseeing and recreational opportunities. Bryce Canyon is a truly beautiful and magical place to visit.


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Bryce Canyon

Bryce Canyon




Bryce Canyon was named after Ebenezer Bryce, an early homesteader. The area around Bryce Canyon was originally designated as a national monument by President Warren G. Harding in 1923 and was re-designated as a national park by Congress in 1928. The park covers 35,835 acres. The park receives many visitors annually for its unique hoodoo formations and vivid colors.


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Bryce Somewhat Cloudy

Bryce Somewhat Cloudy




A somewhat cloudy day creates this awesome view of the amphitheater. The park offers visitors an unique view of multi-colored Hoodoos that have been formed by erosion over millions of years. The park is open year round and receives more than 1.7 million visitors—most for the hiking, sightseeing and recreational opportunities. Bryce Canyon is a truly beautiful and magical place to visit.


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Bryce Sunrise

Bryce Sunrise




This colorful view is from Rainbow point in Bryce Canyon National Park. It is the highest point inside the park. The park offers visitors an unique view of multi-colored Hoodoos that have been formed by erosion over millions of years. The park is open year round and receives more than 1.7 million visitors—most for the hiking, sightseeing and recreational opportunities. Bryce Canyon is a truly beautiful and magical place to visit.


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Deadhorse Point

Deadhorse Point




Deadhorse Point State Park is found in Southern Utah near the town of Moab. It is an annex of Canyonlands National Park. The overlook is a popular view of the park.

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Devils Tower

Devils Tower




Found in Wyoming and part of the black hills terrain, Devils Tower stands as an icon of this area and carries with it native american folklore and is a part of that cultures oral and written history. Unique in its form and nature Devils Tower is a must see for travelers throughout the world.


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Hands of Time

Hands of Time




This ancient Kiva is found in Natural Bridges National Monument in Southeastern Utah. Inside the Monument are three natural bridges carved out of the stunning white sandstone canyons that are found in this region along with Anasazi cliff dwellings and pictographs.


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Lake Blanche Reflection

Lake Blanche Reflection



Among the beauty you’ll find up Big Cottonwood Canyon is Sundial Peak. Shown here reflected in Lake Blanche, the peak is a strenuous hike for advanced hikers. Lake Blanche is nestled against Sundial Peak is one of the most beautiful scenic mountain lakes in the Wasatch Mountains. Lake Blanche is a favorite amongst avid hikers to recreationalists who enjoy the flower-strewn mountainside.


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Longs Peak

Longs Peak




Longs Peak emerges through early morning fog in Rocky Mountain National Park. The park offers many hiking trails and opportunities to view peaks such as this unencumbered. The park is home to many north american wildlife species.


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Park City Barn, Winter

Park City Barn, Winter




The winter season blankets the historic McPolin Barn and its surrounding area in Park City, Utah. In 1908, Isabelle and Dan McPolin erected the barn of recycled timber salvaged from an old tailings mill. The barn was built by fitting timbers together without the use of nails. The barn is 7,468 square feet including the loft, and the milking parlor, added in the 1950s, is 1,500 square feet. The farm was purchased by citizens of Park City to protect and enha...


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Rocky Mountain Reflection

Rocky Mountain Reflection




Early morning light creates soft, beautiful hues that are reflected sharply in this lake found in Rocky Mountain National Park. The park is located in Colorado near Estes Park and has many vistas and superb hiking available. Many wildlife species call this park home.


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St. Marys Lake

St. Marys Lake




Sunrise at St. Marys Lake inside Glacier National Park, Montana creates beautiful warm colors and hues in the sky and clouds. Glacier National Park is famous for its numerous glaciers and a large population of grizzly bears and bighorn sheep.


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Timpanogos in color

Timpanogos in color




This mountain has the distinction of being the most popular peak to climb in Utah. Known by locals as “Timp”, it is the second highest peak at 11,749’ in the Wasatch Front. Local legend spins the tale of the mountain being named for an indian maiden, and other Native American sources named the mountain for it’s unique outcropping of rock formations. Either way, it is one of Utah’s most recognized mountains and exudes alpine beauty.


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Uinta Creek and Wildflowers

Uinta Creek and Wildflowers




On a overcast winter day, a group of great blue herons are joined by some canada geese to give us an inside look at what a daily occurrence may be at the wetlands of the bear river refuge. Truly a beautiful look into the magic of nature and her surroundings.


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Where Bluebirds Fly

Where Bluebirds Fly




Two rainbows create a beautiful storybook image of the old McPolin barn in Park City, Utah. This landmark welcomes visitors and is a reminder of what was here before the ski resorts and condos came. It also reminds us that magic can be found in the most simple of places.


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