Here's a photo from my summer roadtrip from Seattle to Salt Lake. This was taken in the Palouse from Steptoe Butte State Park in eastern Washington. I only got to spend one sunset here and I really want to go back. There is just so much potential here.
Zion National Park near the peak of fall is quite a spectacle. This classic view gives an idea of what a visitor to the park will experience. I remember well my first visit to the park 5 years ago, I had never been so taken back by a landscape.
The famous Watchman peak can be seen in distance on the left, as the Virgin river, the creator of the canyon, continues to sculpt the landscape.
Zion NP, Utah.
Canon 5D. 3HS and 2HS GND filters. Circ Polarizer.
The following morning and a little further upstream:
As you may have heard, the UK, especially Scotland, has been hit hard yet again by the snow. There has been at least 3 foot of snow fall in the last 2 weeks, and temperatures are dropping to -20 degrees C! This is extremely unusual for this early here, and the country has come to a stand still just about. This week I celebrated my birthday, as best as I could considering the weather. My excitement was for a gig seeing Faithless which was supposed to be last night, but was unfortunately cancelled. Today, I made sure I got out locally for some photography. When walking by this opening to a road that went on for as far as I could see. The last of the light appeared through!