I love this topic of Reflection and Mirror Images and not because I have photos to show for it
As I mentioned in a previous post, my aunt and I spent a night earlier this month strolling around Downtown Salt Lake, admiring the lights it’s put on for the holiday.
The Utah State Capitol recently celebrated 100th year since its completion in 1916.
Friday, second of December, was a super chilly night but there we were,
This post is somewhat like part two of my trip to Bonneville
Last weekend, my mom, aunt, and I traveled two hours westward to a place I have long wanted to visit, Bonneville Salt Flats.
These are the only images I can find in my archives representing this week’s photo challenge.
This is one of the 49 boxcars sent to the U.S. from France after World War II in 1949 as a gesture of gratitude.
After round and round up the mountain, the UK visitors and I arrived at the Cascade Springs and I used this post to tell you of this amazing serene sanctuary.
To be honest, I didn’t think I’d do much this weekend let alone visiting a National Forest, the Uinta National Forest.
This week is open topic, my favorite kind of topic for black and white photos. The topic I will be focusing, however, will be trains. These photos were all taken last weekend when I visited the Historic Union Station in Downtown Ogden, Utah.
So from this morning’s post and the accompanied photos, you can tell I had an interesting and busy weekend.
I had so many adventures this past weekend that you will have no idea how tired I am. I went to more places than I have ever been in a single weekend.
Have you ever been to a dog park and seen the dogs run wild and free while their owners sat on the sideline chatting? They look just so happy, don’t they? Being off the leash?
This is a map of Grand County, Utah.
At times, I really wish my mom would go on more of those training where she’s not allow to call home. Like when she went to basic training, the only thing I got during that period was a long hand-written letter, the first I’ve gotten since coming to the U.S which was nice.
The state of Utah has a lot of natural wonders. It was once the breeding grounds for dinosaurs (no kidding). Archaeologists are still finding dinosaurs fossils out in the desert. Three years ago, when my family came to visit, I had the pleasure to go and see the brand new exhibits at the recently re-opened…