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A personal blog of photography and commentary by Andrew McAllister.

20130209_Floy Utah_014Not all of Southern Utah is Red Rock. The ranch exit of Floy (near Crescent Junction) has a great collection of strange grey lumps that may make you think you are on another planet. I last visited in early February and it was much to muddy to go exploring off the road. The time before it was around 100˚ with no shade. This landscape at the base of the Book Cliff does not fail to inspire.

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Above: When driving Utah 152 watch your speed. Because the road is empty 99.99% time, it’s tempting to drive in the middle or left side of the road to avoid potholes and rough section. Beware though that the road does have blind areas and would be terrible to have a head on collision in such a remote place (or anywhere). On a technical note these images were shot using Nikon’s 24mm PC-E lens. I’m finding it to be a great lens for the landscapes I’m photographing. Any thoughts on the lens flair in the right corner. Some people like it, I usually get rid of it.

20130209_Floy Utah_008Above: Contrail in the Southern Utah sky.

20130209_Floy Utah_007Above: Open Road at the Floy ranch exit near Crescent Junction. Note the lack of shoulder and no fence so watch out for the wildlife.

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  1. April 30, 2013

    WOW – AMAZEBalls Captures!!!

  2. April 30, 2013

    Absolutely gorgeous images Andrew.

  3. May 1, 2013

    There are good photographers and great photographers. You belong to the latter. Great and breathtaking photos!

  4. May 2, 2013

    Andrew – I love your photos – and I love the great landscapes in Utah. So much beauty – and vastness………

  5. May 19, 2013

    I really like these pictures they are cool because they look so barren.

  6. June 12, 2013

    Cool photos, a few make me think of another planet.

  7. July 30, 2013

    Your images are incredible! Eager for more.

  8. August 13, 2013

    Great views

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