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Ostler Peak in Utah's High Uintas mountain range catches the last rays of a sunset. The smoke from the fires spread across the state give the unobstructed sunset light a fiery orange haze, adding to the drama of an already dramatic landscape. You can see the nearly full moon making an early appearance in the top left of the image.

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A very special place to me, Red Castle area in the High Uinta Wilderness, Utah.

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My favorite place yet in the picturesque Wasatch Mountains of northern Utah.

Sun Dial Peak is earning it's name as the sun set on a crystal Autumn day.

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I just returned from an overnight backpacking trip to an area of the Uinta Mountain range I'd never visited before. The glacial carved canyons are littered with natural alpine lakes, lakes that can be a great place to watch a day end.

Teapot Lake, Utah.

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I had about 14 hours straight of nature photography today attempting to capture Utah's spectacular Fall Colors, from sunrise to this amazing sunset, it was a memorable day.

Sun Dial Peak, Twin Peaks Wilderness, Utah.

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A few more from the Wasatch Mountain's of Utah in Autumn:
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The best sunset I've seen in years. Taken last night on the shores of the Great Salt Lake, Utah. There was a smoky haze in the air from local wildfires that softened the light so even the brightest highlights weren't blown out. Sunsets this good are hard to predict, but as a photographer it doesn't get much better than this. I hope you like it!


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A mountain cascade, glowing yellow Aspen, cloudy sunset. Tonight ended very well indeed.

Big Cottonwood Canyon, Utah.

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A fantastic sunset witnessed overlooking Moose-Horn Lake with the dramatic Hayden Peak looming above.

Uinta Mountain Range, Utah.

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Naturalist Basin, Utah.

I've spent all of my life within a couple hundred miles of the Uinta Mountain range and am continuing to find new and amazing places. This image gives a sense of how remote and rugged this range can be. To get a sense of scale check out the person in the orange shirt in the trees below the left lake. See them?

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A snowy bowl in Little Cottonwood Canyon, UT. There were downed evergreen trees scattered through this shoot, snapped off earlier in the Winter by one or more avalanches.

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