Utah Images

Utah Images Utah has some of the most unexpected photographic gems to be found anywhere. You will find it hard to believe that some of these lush photos can be found in this state. Many of Bob's long night star exposures were taken here to compliment the vast open spaces where natural arches occur.

Candlestick Tower 165

If your vehicle can take the pounding, the views from the White Rim of Canyonlands National Park can be rewarding........

Coyote Gulch 161

The only thing more unusual than a waterfall in a desert is to have a double fall........

Coyote Gulch Cottonwood 162

A cottonwood tree could never grow this slender unless it was in a place protected from the wind such as this canyon. It must grow tall to capture as much sun as possible and this results in a great measuring stick for the scale of the scene.

Coyote Gulch Waterfall 116

Warm or cool shower in the desert - the choice is yours........

Coyote Gulch Waterfall 122

Have you ever seen a sprinkler going off in the middle of a waterfall? You still haven't even though it sure looks like it in this scene........

Coyote Natural Bridge 103

The view through this opening in the sandstone naturally draws the viewer into the scene with wonderment of what will greet them on the other side. 

Desert Pool 129

This pool is sheer  magic in a desert. The early spring colors are saturated and if you are wondering how there can be the blue colors in the image, read on........

Desert Stream 106

Shhh---don't tell anyone about this secret spot. Believe it or not, all this water is coming from a single spring in the middle of the desert!

Devils Kitchen, Utah 172

Late afternoon sunlight brings out the fanciful features of Devil's Kitchen located near Escalante, Utah. A must see area near Escalante and Lake Powell.

Landscape Arch 107-2

This night photo ran over a time span of 4 hours and 50 minutes. The long streaks in the sky are star trails........

Mano Arch Stars 115

The streaks in the sky are caused by the stars tracking through the sky with the rotation of the earth........

Temple Of The Moon 125

One may wonder how there could be enough light to record this at night but the math shows that this image is 1,537,500 times longer than the average 1/ 125 of a second daytime shot........