Posts tagged with ‘moab’

  • On the way out of Moab, Utah.

    Motel Entrance in Moab, Utah

    A lonely sign in winter. Yes, winter is coming, I know, I know.

  • Blurbomat - Jon Armstrong - Spring is Coming - Arches National Park, 100mm Zeiss Makro-Planar T* 2/100 ZE, 2012, Canon 5D Mark III, dead tree, Jon Armstrong blog, Jon Armstrong Photography, Moab, red rocks, stark, travel, tree, Utah

    Spring is Coming

    Arches National Park. Dead tree. Cold skies in December. Stark and beautiful. Goal met: no sentence longer than three words…

  • Chalk Stories by Jon Armstrong for Copyright/credit: Jon Armstrong.

    Chalk Stories

    An almost abstract image of a large red rock covered with a lot of chalk from humans trying to conquer…

  • Sunset over Arches National Park with Balance Rock in the foreground. Credit: Jon Armstrong.

    Balanced Rock at Sunset

    Balanced Rock at sunset.

  • Turret Arch at sunset in Arches National Park. Taken by Jon Armstrong for

    Turret Arch

    I get wanky over manual focus lenses (again). What? You've never gotten wanky? Be honest. You've gotten wanky.

  • Bekkah Rayborn reaches for the top of the boulder. Taken near Moab, Utah by Jon Armstrong for

    Grip 2

    The symbolism is rich in this simple bouldering image.

  • Winter Rocks by Jon Armstrong.

    Winter Rocks

    One of the most popular formation ranges in Arches National Park including Balanced Rock, Elephant Butte and one of the…

  • Light up Moab by Scott Jarvie

    More Moab

    Shots by Scott Jarvie from our recent trip to Moab. Fantastic portraits.

  • The Organ by Jon Armstrong.

    The Organ

    Very large rocks, suggestively named. But the reveal? I don't know whose crack pipe was smoked when they named this…

  • Needles by Jon Armstrong.


    A macro shot of cactus needles taken outside of Moab, Utah. Manual focus.

  • Scale by Jon Armstrong.


    A grand formation in Arches National Park near Moab, Utah basks in the winter morning sun. Yes, I said basks.

  • Double Arch by Jon Armstrong.

    Double Arch

    Technically, it's two arches. Double. Arch. Double arches? Either way, gorgeous red rocks and a couple of good reasons to…

  • Half of Zero by Jon Armstrong.

    Half of Zero

    What's left of a zero from a gas station sign, just, you know, hanging from barbed wire.

  • Life at the Edges by Jon Armstrong.

    Life at the Edges

    A tree grows in the desert. Mostly. Arches National Park is straight up fantastic.

  • Weathered and Winded by Jon Armstrong.

    Weathered and Winded

    You could add “worn” to the title if it made you feel better. This was taken near Double Arch in…

  • Last Stop by Jon Armstrong.

    Last Stop

    High desert vintage signage against a sky that's about to turn dark with storm clouds. Dig on that red arrow.

  • White Puppy About to Orate by Jon Armstrong.

    White Puppy

    Mr. or Mrs. White Puppy would like to talk with you.

  • Grip by Jon Armstrong.


    Manual focus, a bouldering side trip and some positivity.

  • bare desert tree by Jon Armstrong.

    Bare Tree Desert Edition

    A fun weekend, new techniques and this bare tree in the Utah desert that looks out across the red rock…

  • mirrormesa by Jon Armstrong.

    Mirror Mesa

    Saying goodbye to Moab is the hardest part.