Coyote Gulch Revisited – Photographically

I was reviewing some images of my last trip to Coyote Gulch (March 2013) and thought I’d reprocess a few in black & white. Coyote Gulch is an incredible place to spend some time of your life. It can certainly get crowded but that is true for many spectacular places. If you follow Utah photography, you’ve certainly seen many images of Coyote Gulch. It’s difficult to hike the canyon with a camera because you never get anywhere! There is simply so much to photograph!!

MORNING IN COYOTE GULCH

I recently was reminded about revisiting images I’ve captured in the past for ones that I missed. All these images are from my “edits” folder but the series is starkly different this time.

LEAVES REMAINING FROM AUTUMN

Enjoy and thanks to all for looking and commenting and I hope you’re planning your next adventure there! Be sure to visit the link at the bottom for some incredible black and white images of Coyote Gulch!

EE

MORE AUTUMN LEAVES WAITING FOR HIGH WATER

ANOTHER VIEW OF A COTTONWOOD

A GIANT ALCOVE AND JET CONTRAIL

JACOB HAMBLIN ARCH FROM BELOW

Here is another blogger’s view of Coyote Gulch in black and white. Incredible!

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