Photographer's Note

I don't know about the rest of you, but I have this problem of going to post a photo without having thought of what I'm going to title it. So my titles always end up being kind of blah. Oh well, I guess the picture is the important thing.

Looking through Allan Farnsworth's gallery of Southern Utah, I decided the time had come to post this one. It's been quite some time since I've posted any red rock--nearly seven months--so I thought this might be a welcome change from my recent theme of mountains/lakes.

This is Cedar Breaks National Monument about a half-hour from Cedar City, Utah, often mistaken for its larger, more-famous, and lower-altitude cousin, Bryce Canyon. I've been to Bryce several times, but I hadn't been to Cedar Breaks since 2000. My wife and I (well, mostly me) decided to stop there on our way home from our family reunion in July. We only got to spend about 20 minutes there, but we weren't disappointed.

This is the view from Supreme Point, I believe it's called. It was a bit windy when we were there, and it was fast getting overcast, though this shot doesn't portray either of those conditions. Hopefully I can return in a couple years and really get to know the place.

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