Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Central Utah Scenery

Cliff edge near Hell's Backbone, Utah.


Red Canyon, near Bryce Canyon National Park after a fall shower.


Cross-bedded sandstones along Highway 12 near Boulder, Utah.


Cedar Breaks National Monument in October.


Aspens on south end of Aquarius Plateau, Utah.


Morning light at Cedar Breaks National Monument.


Desert rain storm at lower Blues viewpoint near Henrieville, Utah.


Aspen woods, central Utah.


View of Boulder Mountain from Hell's Backbone, near Escalante, Utah.


Scenery near Hell's Backbone, near Escalante, Utah.


Fall flow from Utah's largest spring, Mammoth Spring near Cedar Breaks Natl Mon

3 comments:

Toots said...

Beautiful, beautiful Uncle Bart! Wow--thank you for sharing these pictures. I loved seeing them all. We live in a gorgeous state, don't we? I hope things are well with you and your family--and Elder Kowallis too!
love,
Tami

Cheryl said...

Thank you for these beautiful pictures Bart! They are all wonderful and could go on a calendar! I especially liked the first picture of Cedar Breaks, the Henriville in the rain picture, the photo of the old tree overlooking hell's backbone. It's great to see that you enjoy these places which I think are such a treat. We live in a great state! Cheryl

Amy W said...

WOW! Makes me think of Mr. Everett Ruess. Great Shots!