Early Winter

Ron Niebrugge Moab, Photos, Travel, Utah 8 Comments

Dixie National Forest, Utah

Dixie National Forest, Utah

This probably seems really out of place when compared to my recent posts from my Moab travels. I must admit, after spending time hiking and photographing in red rock country with temperatures in the low 80’s, standing in this snow storm yesterday did seem surreal. But wow, what a beautiful day! Some fall colors, nice steady falling snow, and no wind – a perfect combination.

I’m back in Moab today. This was just a one day detour to visit photographer friend Guy Tal. What a detour it was, great company and wonderful photography opportunities!

Here are more photos of Dixie National Forest.

Comments 8

  1. Man, you’re fast! I just got home and still have about 2 week’s worth of raw files to sift through 🙂
    It sure was a great day. Thanks for coming over and I hope you can spend more time next time. How did you like the beer?

    Guy

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    Thanks Doris!

    Hi Guy,

    It was a great day – I look forward to more, that is a beautiful part of the world!

    I’m not that fast – I just grabbed a quick jpeg. I am looking forward to spending time going through the raw images.

    I was tired when I got back and the beer was a bit warm from sitting in the truck, so I decided to save it for tonight. Something to look forward to after chasing the moon tonight. 🙂

    Thanks again,

    Ron

  3. Very pretty pic. Brings calmness to the soul. I love the wilderness!! Great work,Ron! Hi Janine. Hope you’re doing fine!!

  4. Hey Ron,

    Guy is one of my favorite people – lucky you.

    Maybe I should move to Utah if I want to hang with you and Janine sometime. 🙂

    I like this image – a cool contrast of emotions.

    Guy didn’t pass off that beer I bought him a few years back to you did he?

    Cheers

    Carl

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    Thanks Beth and Richard!

    Hey Carl. I don’t know if it was the one you bought him, but considering he dusted it off after digging it out from under the kitchen sink, where it sat behind some cleaning products and a toilet plunger, it makes me think it might have been. 🙂 Kidding of course. It was good stuff.

    Thanks man,

    Ron

  6. Hey Ron,

    It sure sounds like the stuff I gave him – it was dusty and dug out from under the kitchen sink when I gave it to him. 🙂

    Cheers

    Carl

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