I almost bought a poster this weekend titled "Temples of the Virgin."
I didn't, hence the almost, but it was a good reminder that I am 29 years old and should have more on my walls than diplomas, family pictures and a soccer action shot -- all good things, sure, but it's time to branch out.
|The view looking northeast from almost the top of Mt. Timpanogos|
|The rock face I discovered when I stuck my camera out the car window in the pouring, icy rain. At the Hidden Canyon trailhead in Zion|
|Glencoe in the Scottish highlands|
|Redrock walls in Zion Canyon|
|Landscape Arch in Arches National Park|
|The Loch Ness Monster, Scotland|
|The sunset heading away from Delicate Arch, Arches National Park. In a world that's full of vibrant color, I love how stark this picture turned out.|
|Sacre Couer, a Catholic church in Paris, as seen from the Eiffel Tower|
|Slot canyon in Little Wild Horse Canyon in central Utah|
|The sun coming in through the rocks in one of the slot canyons in Little Wild Horse Canyon|
|Sunrise from Timpanogos|
|Sunrise from Timpanogos, round two. I couldn't decide which of the two I liked better.|
|Goblin Valley, central Utah -- like Disneyland but fewer lines and way more awesome|
|View of Zion Canyon walls from the Kayenta trail|
If it would do any good, I will bribe you with a chance to enter your name (if you give me your opinion) for a picture. I'll even autograph it for you. I'm pretty sure that one day that photo will be worth, well, at least the paper it's printed on.