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Phone Home On The Range

It’s been a busy month or so but the lack of posts do not mean I have not been out looking at the west. I have some new images ready that include a trip on the Kokopelli Trail (including Top of the World and Rose garden Hill) during Cruise Moab, lots of looking at grain elevators around Cache Valley and some other nice scenery.

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  1. June 4, 2013

    Beautiful area…I was through that area while visiting the southwest and realized the old west – esp towns like Virginia City or Carson City – are amazing sites. My thought as I drove up to Virginia City – is how did they get wagons up those steep roads? Especially when they were dirt roads back then…

    • Andrew McAllister #
      June 4, 2013

      Well the term slick rock comes from the pioneers. Imagine going over all that rock with metal wagon wheels. Not only that, I cant imagine how some early automobiles got over some of the trails in Southern Utah. Thanks for checking out the blog and leaving a comment.

  2. November 12, 2013

    These shots are great. You’re really able to convey the expansiveness of the landscape. Getting claustrophobic over here in New England!

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    • Andrew McAllister #
      November 14, 2013

      The west is a big place. Enjoy the east for what it is not what it is not. Keep photographing your world.

  3. March 16, 2015

    What a landscape! The picture seems to be tilted a bit, but once yopu pay attention you notice that the landscape is tilted, and not th picture. Nice.

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