Misc. Other Pictures

On the way home from Yellowstone NP we spent the night in Beaver, UT.  The next morning, we determined that we had some free time and decided to make a detour to Bryce and Zion National Parks.  On the way there (on UT-12) we discovered Red Canyon, which is part of the Dixie National Forest.  From the Native Americans who traveled the canyons, to people like J.W. Humphry who constructed the tunnels, Red Canyon has fascinated people for centuries. Unique vermilion-colored rock formation and stands of Ponderosa pines make the canyon exceptionally scenic.  This picture was taken at the visitor center at the west end of the canyon complex.

Picture Number: CM1_4462

Date: May 2019

Camera: Nikon D7100

ISO: 180     Shutter Speed: 1/125 sec

F-Stop: f/11     Lens: 40 mm

This picture was taken at the Salt Wash View Area which is located on the north side of Interstate Highway 70 about 52 miles west of Green River, Utah. This view area has spectacular views of the San Rafael Swell and the stupendous rock formations. This view area is on the lonely stretch of Interstate between Green River and Salina where there are no towns or services along the highway for 110 miles.  This picture is looking towards the West.

Picture Number: CM1_1778

Date: September 2018

Camera: Nikon D7100

ISO: 200     Shutter Speed: 1/250 sec

F-Stop: f/8     Lens: 30 mm

This picture (and #’s 5019 and 5044) are pictures of some of the cacti and succulents in my front yard as they flowered.

Picture Number: CM1_5040

Date:    June 2020

Camera:    Nikon D7100

ISO:   140              Shutter Speed:  1/125 sec

F-Stop:  f/8            Lens:    300 mm

This picture (and #’s 5044 and 5040) are pictures of some of the cacti and succulents in my front yard as they flowered.

Picture Number: CM1_5019

Date:    June 2020

Camera:    Nikon D7100

ISO:   500              Shutter Speed:  1/250 sec

F-Stop:  f/6.3         Lens:    300 mm

This picture (and #’s 5019 and 5040) are pictures of some of the cacti and succulents in my front yard as they flowered.

Picture Number: CM1_5044

Date:    June 2020

Camera:    Nikon D7100

ISO:   400              Shutter Speed:  1/125 sec

F-Stop:  f/9            Lens:    56 mm

This picture was taken at Sycamore Cove beach which is part of the Point Mugu State Park.  We had gone there for one of the local astronomy club's dark sky events.  This is where they bring out their telescopes and allow the general public access to them to view the stars and planets.  This picture, of the setting sun, was taken as we were waiting for it to get dark enough to utilize the various telescopes which had been setup.

Picture Number: CM1_0017

Date:    June 2016

Camera:    Nikon D7100

ISO:   500              Shutter Speed:  1/250 sec

F-Stop:  f/5.6         Lens:    1400 mm

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