These pictures are of a tree full of “helicopter” seeds. When I was little, I’d toss these seeds in the air and was fascinated with how they would float down to the ground twisting like a helicopter blade as they went. The light flowing through the canyon adds some radiance to an otherwise simple subject.
Over the years I have spent a lot of time taking pictures in American Fork Canyon, near Provo, Utah. I have a lot of pictures that capture the seasons and mood of the canyon. I hope that you enjoy them.
I just finished my American Fork Canyon book. This is a compilation of pictures that I have taken from 2004 until now. It turned out pretty cool. Here is the link to view it on Blurb – the website that publishes small volume or one-off books. Unfortunately it is not cheap to print a book of this size. Click this location to thumb through the pages.
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My wife and I serve in a BYU Stake, in particular the Provo YSA 12th stake, 175th ward. This past Friday (Sept 2nd) was our ward opening social. Opening socials are always fun because everyone is trying to get to know everyone else. The bishopric made hamburgers and a good time was had by all. Follow this link to view the pictures.
Diane and Rob were married in February in the Sacramento Temple. I have to say that the Temple grounds are the most unique of any of the temples that I have had the privilege of attending. The grounds are huge, this is saying something in California, and deer and wild turkeys were everywhere. At one point Jo (my wife) and I counted over 30 turkeys just in the area we were observing.
Diane and Rob were a joy to photograph, take a look.
It has been a craaazzzzyyy year. Between family weddings and babies and life, the blog has been neglected; to say the least. I have started the update process by posting some wedding albums from the past year (right hand side, down just a bit under wedding albums.) Over the next month or so, I’ll get them all current and you can see what has been keeping life interesting.
In the meantime I be playing catch up on the posts…