Who knew red rock country could look silver and blue? A few images from my first trip to Moab this year (February 2013). All three were taken along Utah Scenic Route 128. It starts near the ghost-town of Cisco and follows the Colorado River into Moab via Professor Valley. The image above is available through Glow Artworks who I starting working with earlier this year.It would not be Utah if the landscape did not have some evidence of the gas and oil industry. The facility above is part of a pipeline that runs through the area.
Lastly a view into Professor Valley from Utah Scenic Route 128. Close to the center is Fisher Towers, an area not known to look blue. FWIW all 3 images were shot with the spectacular Zeiss 100mm Makro-Planar lens.
5 thoughts on “Red Rock Country in Blue and Silver”
Those are spectacular! Love the clouds.
Beautiful clouds – fine light panoramas….
Great shots of the clouds
Beautiful clouds, a sea of clouds, I love
Amazing! The landscape is obviously stunning, but the buildings add something very special to the scene too.