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I am excited to note that my new book "Utah's Greatest Wonders" is now available and being shipped by amazon.com, http://BarnesandNoble.com and other sites from around the world. It is a great way to see the natural beauty, breathtaking scenery, and gorgeous vistas of Utah's national parks. I captured all of the images in the book during my many adventures in the parks. If you like my images of The American Southwest, I believe that you will enjoy this book! View my collection for the book to see a preview and read our bios: https://plus.google.com/collection/06KUKE
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Parking under the Milky Way on the Shafer Trail in Canyonlands National Park.
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My campsite below Airport Tower in Canyonlands National Park. It was over 100 degrees during the day and too many bugs, but what a location!
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One of the amazing features in the Lower Antelope Canyon in Arizona. The canyon is such a fantastic location for photography!
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Only four days left to enter the Goodreads Giveaway to win a copy of my book Utah's Greatest Wonders. 10 copies of the book will be given away to lucky contestants. You must reside in the United States to be able to enter. The contest ends on January 18th, 2018. Click on the image below to go to the Goodreads page to see the details and enter. Good luck to you!
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The upper Salt Creek Canyon in Canyonlands National Park where the Kirk cabin is located (see image of cabin in this gallery). This is a rugged canyon full of mystery and hidden treasures (not the monetary kind), including several ancient Anasazi sites.
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The Totem Pole and Yei Bi Chei in Monument Valley at sunrise.
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This is a photo from the early 90's that I scanned of the Kirk cabin in the Upper Salt Creek Canyon in Canyonlands National Park. It is a remote location in the south end of the park and it is amazing that someone actually lived there in the late 1800's.
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An image from my book "Utah's Greatest Wonders." This is an image of Balanced Rock and Arches National Park in the winter.
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