Cutler Dam area, Cache Valley Utah. Taking advantage of a winter storm that was blowing into Northern Utah I revisited some areas that could benefit from some drama in the sky. Between Gunsight Peak and the northern end of the Wellsville Mountains is an area with dramatic cliffs with velvety hills and washes. The landscape of this area has fascinated me since moving to Cache Valley. Unseen from this view is a large dam and power plant tucked between the cliff and the river. The area has walk-in access for hunters, I need to find out if I could walk-in for photography or wildlife observation. If not maybe I could get a hunting license, register to walk-in and then “hunt” for photos and “shoot” them. Until then I’ll respect private property and stay on the road.
Technical info: Images captured with a Nikon D300s and 45mm PC-E lens and processed in Lightroom 4.
Soundtrack for gloomy weather photography: Crime and the City Solution and Nick Cave and the Badseeds.
6 thoughts on “Exploring Cache Valley”
Love the way you have captured the play of light and shadow on the ground. A beautiful picture!
It’s 80 degrees and sunny here in Akron!
I love this sky above this desolate and barren landscape. Great photo!
i have a feel that the sky is very close the land. A great photo
I love the picture. Greetings from the Netherlands.
Amazing photography. They look almost like paintings. Oh how I wish we had scenes like this in the UK.