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Monthly Archives: June 2010
Well, it isn’t the Kimball Art Center but it probably gets just as much traffic. I’m proud to have five photographs on display this summer at the Park City Starbucks (Park Avenue). Stop by and take a look.
The photographs include a variety of Utah scenics. You can view the entire gallery at the link below.
Lavender Fields is a wonderful shot of brilliant purple lavender in Mona, Utah, just south of Provo. Check it out this July.
Albion Basin Wildflowers is a colorful photograph of brilliant yellow flowers last August at Alta.
Moon Over the Clouds is one of those really rare photographs of a stunning full moon rising over clouds bathed in sunset glow, taken here in Silver Creek near Park City on an August evening.
Sunset Over the Pond features a magnificent sky, taken on a springtime pond near Park City this past May.
And every Utah show needs some redrock. Window on Turret Arch is a quintessential Moab shot from Arches National Park.
Each of the 10×15 prints is mounted in an 18×22 black frame and are available for sale.
Thanks for stopping by to take a look. Whenever you do, please ask the barista for my business card! I’m proud to share them with my Park City friends this summer.
Carole and her friends decided to do the monthly Salt Lake City Gallery Stroll and I volunteered as chauffeur. If you actually get out onto the streets of downtown Salt Lake, it’s actually a pretty interesting place. The girls had a great plan, including Blazing Needles (a bit east of downtown), UTah Hands and more.
The monthly stroll links dozens of downtown galleries. But as I dropped the ladies by the Convention Center, I saw a Facebook post from a friend about a Holga exhibit at a nearby photo gallery.
In today’s digital world, the unassuming Holga is the epitome of a simpler, analog world. It has only a few simple settings, a fixed focal length lens and, yes, it takes film – old fashioned 120 film.
But while today’s digital photographer fine tunes intricate computerized settings, the creative Holga photographer experiments with the simplistic settings to create amazing works on art onto small, square photographic prints.
The exhibit at the Saans Photography on Broadway amazing. And it was clearly the hit of the opening Friday night Broadway Stroll as hundreds and hundreds of Utahns took advantage of a warm summer night (rare) and the Chowtruck around the corner. Third South and Second East was abuzz with activity.
If you get a chance, check out the Friday night Broadway Stroll the third Friday of the month this summer.
One of our favorite Jeep trails crisscrosses a creek up South Fork Canyon in the Weber Canyon. With flooding this week in nearby Oakley, we thought it would be good to checkout the flow. While we knew we couldn’t get far, it was still an opportunity to catch some of the magic of Mother Nature in the spring runoff.
The creek in South Fork Canyon collects significant runoff every spring from the south side of the Weber Canyon stretching from Oakley up to the High Uintahs. It’s generally not passable until at least mid-July.
In June, the water is raging as it courses its way down the mountainside to the Weber River a few more miles downstream.
What’s especially fascinating this time of year is watching for sign of where the creek has been the last few days. Carole was quick to spot the telltale signs of where the runoff had gone the last few days when it was especially high.
We’ll now look forward to coming back a few months from now to enjoy a bit more of the canyon.