Uinta Mountains of Utah

Earlier this week I spent 3 days backpacking in the Uinta Mountains of northeast Utah.  Rain was the dominant weather feature and luckily it cleared out on the final day.  This image is of columbine wildflowers at 11,000 ft among a rock garden.  The sun was on the verge of shining through the lifting clouds and the air was dead calm.  The trip was so refreshing with the rain, solitude and exploring new landscapes.  I’m working on several images for the next post which I’ll share soon.

Have a great weekend and get out there to enjoy the last bit of summer:)  EE



6 thoughts on “Uinta Mountains of Utah

  1. There you go again! Just out walking around…kidding of course, but really like what you did. The light is just right and the contrast is so quiet it pops off the screen. I can almost hear the click of your camera…nothing else. Nicely done. Thank you. Dan


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  3. At first it looks like a simple image but there’s a lot of interesting elements (the blanket of clouds, the steam coming off the mountain, the contrast of the craggy mountain and pine coated mountain, the lone Christmas tree, the cluster of Christmas trees and that cool rock garden. Cool!


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