Photographing Utah

Utah is home to a number of beautiful canyons and national parks. Zion, Bryce, Arches, and many more often get the attention of roadtrippers. Today's digest focuses on their less touted but equally awe-inspiring counterparts.

Though many of this digest's articles are about rock climbing or hard-core hiking, all of these places are explorable by car and leisurely walks as well. Most importantly, they are fantastic opportunities to take gorgeous photos.

Enjoy,
Elizabeth



Moab UT | Tyler Roemer Photography News Blog

Most people visit Moab to go to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, but there are a lot of off-road trails for great hiking, biking, and photography.



Wannabe wandering: The Wave in Arizona

Ok ok, this is not technically in Utah but The Wave, is right on the border of Arizona and Utah.



Cactus and Yucca Rebel: Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah

"I enjoy taking my old Honda out on the flats. I have buried the needle at 110 and maxed it out. Breaking was relatively easy due to the texture of the land. Truly a desert wonder if you get a chance take your own car, truck or whatever out on the flats. It is well worth the memories."



KanyonKris: Bluejohn Canyon Hike

"At the junction we continued down to the short slot section before the big drop into Horseshoe Canyon. (This is where Aron Ralston had to cut off his arm that was pinned by a boulder, the inspiration for the film 127 Hours.)"

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