Each fall and spring I serve as photography "coach" for a Road Scholar bus trip to national parks and other photogenic locations in southern Utah and northern Arizona.
I have written about these trips before, so this blog entry will simply recap the locations we visited last September and, I hope, pique your interest with an image or two from each.
You can see more images from each area at my photography website, Todos Juntos Photography, by clicking here. Or, even better, come join us on the trip by clicking here. (The April 2018 trip is full, but there is a wait list; September trip still available.)
Zion National Park
Thousand-foot high cliffs of Navajo sandstone . . .
carved by the Virgin River running through them . . .
Bryce Canyon National Park
Not really a canyon, but rather a series of amphitheaters of spires and hoodoos left from the eroding east side of the Paunsaugunt plateau.
Capitol Reef National Park
A beautiful, less well-known and less well-explored national park . .
Canyonlands National Park
We caught this one on a rainy day in the desert . . .
Arches National Park
Thousands of arches and windows, tiny to huge . . .
Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park
The iconic "western" landscape, featured in dozens of films. This location is called John Ford Point.
Lower Antelope Canyon Navajo Tribal Park
One of the most amazing and beautiful places I have ever seen -- a slot canyon created by the hand of nature, not the mind of human beings.
Hope you enjoyed the tour! See these and more at my website by clicking here.