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Sandy and I along with Dean and Charlotte Campbell set out on a driving trip to visit the Moab, Utah area.

Our intent was to visit the southwest part of the state and at least some of the National Parks in that area. The town of Moab as well as Arches National Park, Canyonlands, Zion and Bryce Canyon. We also drove through and photographed Monument Valley.

Leaving Utah, we drove south to Arizona where we spent two days at the North Rim of Grand Canyon.
The camera equipment used on this trip was the Canon 40D dSLR. Lenses consisted of a Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8, and for long distance shots, Canon 100-400mm f/4-5.6 L IS USM telephoto.
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A distant formation rising from an otherwise flat and mostly featureless landscape.

 

Low and ominous looking clouds over the mesa.  
(Shot by Dean Campbell)

(Shot by Dean Campbell)

This is a well known view in Monument Valley. We're on our way to Moab, Utah.

The roadside stop where we shot the views of the scenes in Monument Valley.
Monument Valley (Shot by Dean Campbell) Monument Valley (Shot by Dean Campbell) Monument Valley Monument Valley

Monument Valley

Monument Valley Monument Valley Monument Valley (Shot by Dean Campbell)
Monument Valley Monument Valley A lonely house is dwarfed by huge rock formations. Monument Valley Monument Valley
Monument Valley Magnificant colors and rock patterns are to be seen everyhere in this part of the country.   We spent the night at a hotel in a small town on our way to Moab. I remember that we found and had dinner at a quaint but good BBQ place right down the road from the hotel.

A little relaxing time at the end of the day. (Shot by Dean Campbell)

View from the hotel.

In this part of the country there are many odd shaped rock formations.

Church Rock formation near Canyonlands National Park. South of Moab.

Wilson Arch. Located by Hwy 191 south of Moab. We stopped to climb up to the arch and to get some pictures.

Dean under Wilson Arch

Sandy and I under the arch. (Shot by Dean Campbell) Wilson Arch
Sandy and Charlotte. After we arrived in Moab, Utah and checked into our hotel, Sandy and Charlotte went on a shopping excursion and Dean and I made a quick trip to Arches National Park which is just a few minutes north of Moab. (Shot by Dean Campbell) At Arches National Park (Shot by Dean Campbell) At Arches National Park. (Shot by Dean Campbell)

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