The Lens-Artists Photo Challenge this week is the long and winding road. Wandering the roads of Utah a few years ago, we saw many picturesque roads.
The Mt. Carmel Tunnel in Zion National Park.
Winding dirt roads bordering the canyons in Canyonlands National Park.
Utah State Route 95 curves down towards the Hite Bridge in Lake Powell.
Arches Scenic Drive Road near Park Avenue in Arches National Park.
Winding dirt roads seen in Bryce Canyon National Park from Bryce Point.
Highway 28 runs along the Colorado River near Red Cliffs Lodge in Moab.
Scenic Drive Road in Capitol Reef National Park.
Be sure to have your camera ready when you are out wandering the roads of Utah. Lots of opportunities for pictures! 😀
7 thoughts on “Wandering the roads of Utah: LAPC”
A beautiful reminder of the glory of Utah’s national parks Siobhan. A very fond memory as well
Thanks! I know Zion is one of your favorite places so I put that picture first. 🙂
Hi, Siobhan. I haven’t been to Utah yet, but you make a very convincing case for us to go. Beautiful shots.
Thanks, Patti! It’s a photographer’s paradise.
Wow… Thank you so much for this fantastic long and winding road tour, Siobhan!
Superb photos. Well done. I think the Mormons really scored when they got Utah. IMO, it should have been the Presbyterians. 🙂 🙂 🙂
Thanks! The Mormons found a nice place to settle, that’s for sure. 😁