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American World War One Monuments

This article was originally published in the spring of 2014. It began innocently enough.  It was my day off and I was out exploring the newest town.  Anything to get out of the apartment, and perhaps find a short cut … Continue reading

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The Road to Dragon

She was a loyal car, that Dodge Intrepid. In the 24 months we were together we saw fourteen states, worked in deserts and in the mountains of northern New York. We spent days on the interstate, chasing the sunset across … Continue reading

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Failed Images

Sometimes, despite having your equipment ready and being in a great location the image is a total dog.  Back in 2010 I was working “near” Salt Lake City in that SLC was the closest city, being only three hours or … Continue reading

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Monuments Week- Utah World War Memorial (First World War)

One of the titles that Christians use for Jesus is “Prince of Peace” this week while many of us celebrate Christ’s birth, let us take time to remember those who have died in war, be it for patriotism, honor, or … Continue reading

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Colorado and Utah – Big Horn Pictogram

Long before the Mormons or we Gentiles reached the Green River Valley the Native Americans were already there.  This pictogram of a Big Horn Sheep being chased by a wolf or coyote was made by the Freemont people.  Whoever the … Continue reading

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Colorado and Utah- Green River Canyon

Really, in this case, the caption says it all.  Except that you need to go there and see it for yourself, because even though I may profit off of you buying the photo, it really can’t do this sight justice. … Continue reading

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Colorado and Utah – The Autumn Barn

So many photos in the world are planned.  This one was about as far from planned as they get.  I’d originally gone up into the Uintas with aspens in mind.  I whipped the car around onto a side road, gravel … Continue reading

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Colorado and Utah – “Behold I speak unto you”

Here we have a wonderful view of the Angel Maroni as he raises his trumpet in recognition of his role in Mormonism as one of the prophets of the Book of Mormon.  As a non-Mormon I of course didn’t enter … Continue reading

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Colorado and Utah – Temple Square

I’ll get it out of the way right now.  I’m not Mormon.  But I have been to Salt Lake City a few times.  I’m comfortable there, in fact more comfortable then I am in other parts of Utah.  I think … Continue reading

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