Look around at what a nice warm spring day brings out. We see people working in their yards, driving around in convertibles and going fishing to enjoy being outside after a long winter. While enjoying a picnic lunch in the sunshine at Spring Lake...
During the years I have traveled the back roads of Utah, I have noticed that my opportunity to photograph bald eagles has been greater in the wintertime than in the summertime. I just discovered there is a reason for that. Hundreds of bald eagles migrate...
In November when I photographed the moon behind the Moroni statue on the Payson Temple, I was reminded of the beautiful stained glass artwork that adorns the building. The 600mm lens that I was using brought in the temple tower windows like I had...
We have several spectacular Christmas light displays in our area, and residential Christmas lighting is common as we drive the streets of our cities and towns. However, Christmas Eve while driving through the farmland west of Spanish Fork my wife, Janice, and I saw...
The evergreen conifer such as the spruce, pine or fir tree has been associated with the celebration of Christmas. These trees, as the name implies, keep their green, needle-like leaves throughout the year. This is in contrast to deciduous trees like aspen trees that...
On the evening of Nov. 14, we had what is popularly called a “Supermoon” or what astronomers call a perigee full moon. This is a situation where the moon's elliptical orbit puts it in its closest position to the earth. The result is the moon...
By Ed Helmick Looking up the mountain, we see splashes of red from the canyon maple (Acer grandidentatum) leaves, which are the first fall colors of the season. The aspen trees (Populus tremuloides) with their brilliant yellow leaves will be next. It is commonly understood...
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