Flaming Gorge Dam Leica M9 24mm f/4 1/3000 ISO 160
Flaming Gorge Reservoir Leica M9 24mm f/8 1/180 ISO 160
Canon 1DsIII 135mm f/7.1 1/40 ISO 50
We left Vernal UT Sunday morning October 3rd heading for Jackson Hole WY where we'll be staying until the end of the month. We passed on the eastern side of the Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area. Flaming George was established by Congress on October 1, 1968 and contains 207,363 acres of land and water. Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area is almost equally divided between Utah and Wyoming.
Canon 1DsIII 38mm f/22 1/25 ISO 50
Leica M9 135mm f/13 1/500 ISO 160
Flaming Gorge Dam impounds waters of the
Green River to form a reservoir of approximately 42,020 acres. The last time we were in this part of the country was 1996 as we rode our motorcycles south into . Little has changed as this remains a beautiful area. Moab
Canon 1DsIII 33mm f/16 1/25 ISO 50
Canon 1DsIII 28mm f/20 1/25 ISO 50
We arrived in
shortly after leaving Flaming Gorge. Vast landscapes, beautiful skies and ground colors with a never ending horizon greeted us as we continued on to Wyoming Jackson Hole.
Wyoming Fall Colors
Canon 1DsIII 100mm f/18 1/25 ISO 50
Leica M9 24mm f/9.5 1/250 ISO 160
Leica M9 24mm f/4 1/3000 ISO 160
This area is so vast and so beautiful that it becomes very difficult to properly capture it in photographs however these are our meager attempts to portray the beauty of the area. One can not come to this area and not experience the sprit of the area.
Canon 1DsIII 135mm f/14 1/25 ISO 50
Leica M9 135mm f/9.5 1/500 ISO 160
Thank you for allowing us to continue to share our experiences and once again your comments and questions are always welcome.
Sandy & Don
BEAUTIFUL JUST AMAZING TO SEE MY HOMETOWN OR EVEN MY BIRTHSTATE SO BEAUTIFULY CAPTURED..THANK YOUReplyDelete
Thank you for you very kind thoughts.ReplyDelete