Ryan’s Field Notes #8 – Storm in Eastern Utah

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Ryan’s Field Notes #8 – Storm in Eastern Utah
We are back! 
This week was a bit on the crazy side and I was afraid I might not get this weeks Field Notes edition completed.

Here we are though, a little later than I hoped but it is finished.

This week we look at a handful of images that were taken around Moab, Utah during one fine spring day that was more like winter.
Canyon Lands National Park, Moab, UT
Standing at the overlook we peered down into the canyon, hoping to see what was there.

The fog was thick, obscuring our vision of the wonders that I knew lay below.

Shivering in our jackets we waited hoping for the fog to lift. 

Our patience paid off, as the fog slowly begin to lift from the canyon bottom the beauty of such an amazing place was slowly revealed.

It was almost like watching a present slowly being unwrapped.
Fog hiding a distant bluff Canyon Lands National Park
Clouds rolling above Canyon Lands National Park.
The light was constantly shifting as we watched the amazing show that nature put on for us.

Sometimes the shivering was from excitement, mostly it was from the frigid temperatures and wind.
Snow on the red hillsides
East of Moab, UT
I hope everybody has opportunity this week to get out and enjoy the wonderful outdoors. 

Even if it’s only for a little while. 

This weeks edition is a little short on commentary but you all come here for the pictures anyway. 🙂

See you next week.
Working on some more prints to be available and more products that we can hopefully introduce to you all in the next couple of editions. 

Stay tuned for those. 

If you have a project that you think my expertise can help you with give me a shout. 

Either through email or phone.  All the info is at the website.

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