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Some quality light on display in Big Cottonwood Canyon.

Twin Peaks Wilderness, Utah.

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The rugged mountains of Lincoln County, Wyoming. I drove through this canyon near the peak of the wildflower season, we had just traveled through the storm earlier in the day.

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Lincoln County, Wyoming.
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I had to scramble to get my pack off and get my gear out to get these couple of photos. I had doubts about taking these because I'd been hiking at this point for about 4 1/2 hours and was almost back to the trail head. When I saw how good the light was getting and this nice foreground I couldn't resist trying to get a couple of pics.

Uinta Wilderness, Utah.

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A beautiful light show above Lake Mary in Big Cottonwood Canyon, Utah.

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about an hour earlier and lower on the mountain:
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After a boring week of training at work, a night amongst trees, alpine lakes, and big sky was just what the doc ordered. A friend showed me Lake Mary near the top of Big Cottonwood Canyon.

Lake Mary, Wasatch Range, Utah.

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A completely windless, soundless moment at Lake Mary in Big Cottonwood Canyon, Utah.

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After missing an incredible sunset last night I wasn't about to pass up another chance to capture some quality light. I revisited an area I haven't shot at for a couple of years and it brought back good memories.

We've had some active weather in the area and I went chasing the clouds to find this composition. You can see the high salt levels still found in this ancient lake, for miles the bottom is covered by a thin layer of white crystallized salt.

Great Salt Lake, Utah.

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I took my first solo backpacking trip this past weekend to the Red Castle area in the Uinta Mountain Range. Of all the vistas I've seen in my travels, this is definitely one of the most humbling. The place has a true "wild" feel to it, the trailhead is around 12 miles away from this point. I'll have a short journal entry with a couple of the trips highlights.

I still have loads of ideas for photos in the area, I think I'll make this an annual trip.

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I just got back in town after a 4 day weekend mountain biking and hiking around Jackson Hole Wyoming. This was the only time during the trip I got the camera out. The gentle pitch of the hillside was covered with alpine flowers, and a storm system blanketed the rugged valley with rain.

Bridger National Forest, Lincoln County, WY.

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An amazing sunset from the outlet cascade of Gem Lake in Little Lakes Valley, Eastern Sierras.

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I took this photo while backpacking in little lakes valley with the Forest Service. We are building a trail re-route and creek crossing just below this fall.

Once again the mosquitos were absolutely HORRENDOUS in the whole area, especially around twilight hours. They were so bad it was almost impossible to actually take the photo. Only having my hands exposed during the time, I literally couldnt even adjust my exposure or look through the viewfinder without each becoming infested with them.

As the sun began to set and illuminate the clouds the amount of reflected light hitting all around me was mind boggling making this photo look boarder line surreal. I knew while I was taking the shot that some would not believe me that the color and amount of yellow warm light reflecting from the clouds was real, but I assure you this was how it really was.

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