PFTA: Reflections

In the Fall of 2016, I went to Kolob Reservoir which is just outside of Zion National Park to look at the fall colors.  The lake is surrounded by Quaking Aspen and pine trees.  This was taken from the dam.

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It is my wish that everyone can take a few minutes or more every day during this time of stress and uncertainty, and reflect on the blessings, the positive things and have hope for a quick return of some normalcy in life.

If we really think about it, do we want more of the same rat race we had before the shutdown?  Or do we want to remember the things we’ve learned during this quarantine to become better people, better family and neighbors, and cherish that human contact we are all craving in this time of separation?

Enjoy

 

Fall Colors of Kolob Terrace

Before I do anything else, I must apologize to my followers.  It’s been over two months since my last post and for that I’m sorry.  I have been very busy with work and growing food (may be worth a blog post or two, who knows), I’ve been neglecting my photography and you, my audience.  I’ll try and do better.  Now that things are slowing down here at work (crazy as it is) it’s still busy.

Now on to the post…

I went up to the Kolob Terrace, a section of Zion National Park that’s in the high country, on October 1.  (I know, it’s 10 days since, but hin ist hin, geschehene dinge sind nicht zu ändern.) It’s also midnight here and 6:00am comes early so I’ll make this quick.  I took many photos up there of the fall colors.  If you ever get a chance to get up there, GO!!

Anyway, here you go.  These are around Kolob Reservoir on the Terrace. I’ll post more later.

Enjoy!

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