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Capturing moments as I adventure around.
I love visiting ghost towns. Imagining how people lived in these once prominent towns is one of my favorite past times. Decay is part of life, and seeing it in person can be unsettling but interesting.
Last night's dinner with homemade potstickers over rice and a side of watermelon. 🍉 Gotta love a good beer with good vibes.カンパイ 🍻
I need more sunset getaways.
'Night time walks.'
The sunsets have been extra beautiful the last couple days here is yesterday's sunset around Emigration Canyon. ⛅
Sitting in awe at the ocean of light. I sat there thinking to myself. 'Exactly how many light bulbs are there in this city?' 'How long did it take people to install all of these?' I tried counting the number of light bulbs. Lost in numbers, I had an aha moment. It was me seeing through the beauty of the lights and realizing the grand scale of how many resources it takes to light a city. Just a little bitter sweet reality check I guess.
The view while hiking away from Small Lake City.
Sorry I have been gone...I was busy looking for service.
This is a trail off of a pull of on the road to Bruce Canyon. Great trail to stretch your legs real quick. Literally a 5 minute hike to this spot...Wish I knew what this area was called. 😿
I love views where you can see so many 'layers' of mountains. In this photo you can see the untouched sand, then the pines in the sand below this dune I was on, then the set of mountains behind them, and if you look closer, you can see the other set of mountains on the horizon. I love capturing lines in a scene that you can only see from certain angles.
I spy with my little eye a waterfall. 🏞
That pine to the far right is almost 200 years old according to the plaque under it. Crazy to think someone had to come out over these sand dunes with this plaque to put down under this tree that has seen decades of change in the landscape. What a tree 🌲