Marlo. Giant hat. Dimple. Done.
The parade of sunsets continues. With a gentle note about how trying awful three year olds can be.
Detail of a wall sconce on the exterior of the Utah State Capitol building.
A neo-classic revival sconce on a 19th century/early 20th century building. Welcome all conspiracy theorists!
The sunsets don't stop. Like, ever. Seems like every day now.
Burning sunset from my bedroom window.
Fiery sunset shot looking west toward the Great Salt Lake. It's no Higgs Boson particle, sure. I'll get over it.
High contrast drama clouds. Mother Nature is such a diva sometimes.
The majesty of the Ford LTD really takes hold of your lower intestinal tract and pulls. Hard.
Vintage shed constructed with storied lumber in the morning light.
Who knew I could find great sunset shots right outside my window? Like, literally right outside.
I finally get a sunrise shot that I like. And a term for photo nerds.
Lovely reminder of spring. And the hope of a new day. And the hope that one doesn't get trapped in…
Looks like the green is going to my head. Anybody have a cure for gamma ray problems?
Sweet vintage grill design on this Farmall tractor. Sweet. Which means you should see it. No, REALLY see it.
I ruminate about spending money for gear. And: Wyoming has a big sky, too.
Apocalyptic hellscape or processed image? YOU DECIDE.
Morning light is not overrated. Just saying.
A street shot of urban-ish decay and a surprising shot of yesterday's eclipse!
Another wistful journey to the heart of the American Dream... of boaty vintage cars with sweet badges.