The Colorado River makes many twists and turns. This particular meander is a few miles south of the Utah Border, and north of its entrance to the Grand Canyon:
The river lies some 1000 ft. below this overlook, which is an easy hike from the roadway. It’s always an interesting experience to visit these sites and stay until it’s dark, but make sure to stay away from the edge!
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I like the snow… but after a while enough is enough, so here’s a little break (even for those that don’t need it):
We’ve featured panoramas from this area of California before, and we probably will again, as I can never get enough of it!
On a separate note, some of you may have noticed our panoramas were not displaying correctly (as in not at all) for about a day last week. The software glitch is now fixed!
I hope you enjoy this latest addition; please share if you do!
Over the holidays I had a chance to work on a composite image that has been in my mind’s eye for a while:
Details about these panoramas can be found in the text below the image.
Have a Great New Year!
Each Christmas Season, Temple Square in Salt Lake City is decked with LED lights:
Perry Van Schelt and I would like to thank each of you who subscribe to these emails. In the past six years this website has seen more visitors than we could have every imagined, thanks in large part to you. We hope you have a good Christmas and a joyful New Year.
For those of you who celebrate the birth of our Savior at this time of year, we hope you’ll enjoy this short video:
Martin van Hemert