November 9, 2021

Fog Over Fruita

Every time I’ve ever gone on vacation I’d eventually reach the point where I’ve had enough. “This was a great vacation,” I’d think, “but I am ready to go home. I want to sleep in my own bed. I’m ready to get back to work.”

Ok, I’ve NEVER said I’m ready to back to work.

But this trip—six seemingly endless days of landscape photography in the wilds of Utah with good friends—could have gone on forever. Or at least for another day or two… I really did have to get back to work eventually.

I have many, many images to share and some stories to tell about the trip, starting with this image.

For a few of the NXNW crew, the trip started in Grand Junction, Colorado—the closest airport to Moab, Utah, our official destination. Colorado National Monument overlooks both Grand Junction and Fruita, CO and was just a short drive from our hotel, so of course we took advantage of that for sunset on the day we arrived, and for sunrise the next morning.

This image is from our sunrise visit. The rare blanket of fog draped over Fruita was a special treat.

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