Dodge Charger

Page 2 of 1412345...10...Last »

Photos from Arches National Park

Our last day in Utah, we decided that we would go ahead and venture into Arches National Park. We had visited it last year, but Tanya’s storage drive failed and she lost a significant number of the photos she took. Since there was a threat or rain, the clouds were moving in; and while clouds can add an interesting perspective to photos, they also dampen the bright colors that might otherwise be available. Tanya said she just wanted to drive to the first arch, then we could leave. About three hours later we decided we really should head out before it started raining.

Back to Arches National Park Photos

Back to Arches National Park Photos

Photos from Natural Bridges National Monument

I am not really sure what happened. The last I heard, we were going to Arches National Park. After all, that is why we stayed in Moab. Right? Apparently not. I guess Tanya was surfing Google images after we got settled in. She found a couple places we had not yet seen that appeared to be quite photogenic. The fact that it was a four hour drive each way mattered little. One of the locations was Natural Bridges National Monument. Discovered in 1883, it is Utah’s first National Monument. It is also a location that we will return to. In fact, it is the first place that made us consider returning to camp so we can get some nice star shots.

Back to Natural Bridges Photos

Back to Natural Bridges Photos

Photos from Southeast Utah

When we originally laid out our planned road trip, Tanya said she wanted to go back to Arches National Park. We had gone there last year, but she suffered a failure on her external hard drive that resulted in the loss of many of her photos. Since this trip was for her birthday and it was on the way anyhow, it was decided we would stay in Moab, UT for the night and go to Arches the next day. We got a very nice room at the La Quinta and it happened to have a microbrewery right across the street. Pretty convenient. The food was very good, the beer was made in Utah. There were a couple okay brews, but nothing to shout about. I bought some other local beer before we left Utah and it was unimpressive as well,

These photos are from the drive between Hovenweep and Moab, UT as well as the Moab Brewery.

Back to Moab Photos

Back to Moab Photos

Page 2 of 1412345...10...Last »

Purchase Your Photo!

If you are interested in purchasing the high quality version of the photo you see on this website without the logo on it, contact lbrown@gotwebhost.com. Send the URL (link) of the photos you are interested in and we send you a quote. Please let us know if the photo will be for personal or commercial use as well. Thank you and we look forward to your business.

Archives