August’s night shoot marked our ONE YEAR anniversary with the Night Hawks! Shoreline Village was the first shoot we went on last year and even though it was our first repeat, it was so much fun to go back to a place we’ve been. My dad generously loaned his lenses to me, so besides my […]Read more "August Night Hawks – Shoreline Village"
After watching the sunrise in Bryce Canyon, we decided to hit up Kolob Canyons, which is the other part of Zion National Park. This was our last stop before we headed back to our respective homes. It turned out that Kolob Canyons had a lot of trailheads, but we didn’t have enough time to do […]Read more "Kolob Canyons"
Bryce Canyon has a 30 mile scenic drive with a whole bunch of turn outs of scenic points. We did the drive, which was a great way to see the most scenic points along the rim! We ended our day watching the sunset at Inspiration Point, which was also where we started the next day […]Read more "Bryce Canyon National Park – Part Two"
The third day of our Utah trip took us out of Zion and on to Bryce Canyon National Park, which is about a two hour drive from Zion. The drive between the parks is amazingly scenic, and we stopped quite a bit to take pictures and admire the scenery. This was also the morning that […]Read more "Bryce Canyon National Park – Part One"
The Narrows is one of the most popular hikes in Zion. It’s different, though, because for most of the hike, you HIKE IN A RIVER. The Virgin River, to be exact. We decided on the bottom-up hike, which doesn’t require any special permits. We had also made a tentative goal of making it to the […]Read more "Zion National Park – The Narrows"
Earlier this year, my friends Rosemary and Rukku and I decided to plan a long weekend somewhere in the U.S. to spend some time together and see/experience something new! After deliberating for a bit, we all landed on Utah. None of us had been there, and there are FIVE national parks in the state! Since […]Read more "Zion National Park"