I’m taking a group of students to Southern Utah this summer to photograph and hike and camp. We’ll be going to Arches National Park, various canyons in the Moab area, Canyonlands National Park, and areas around Goblin Valley. It should be a lot of fun.
Before I had a bunch of students in tow, I wanted to make sure I knew where everything was and familiarize myself with the area. So, Jon and I headed down over the weekend to figure it out. We spent a couple of days in the Hanksville area and photographed a couple of rock art sites and found a few roads that led to destinations to take students. We also spent a couple of days near Moab and Arches National Park. We met up with my former professor Craig Law and had fun photographing and camping with him and his students.
We had quite a few adventures, got sort of lost a couple of times, had some laughs, and made a few photographs. I think things will go much better when I head down again with students in early June.
Here are some images:
Jon Photographing Rock Art near Hanksville, UT 2008
Rock Art, near Hanksville, UT 2008
Black Dragon Wash, UT 2008
Rock Art Near Moab, UT 2008
Mill Creek Canyon, near Moab, UT 2008
Double Arch, Arches National Park, UT 2008
Craig Hiking into Hell Roaring Wash, UT 2008
Rock Art, Moab Area, UT 2008