Fall, Park City, Utah 2016 copyright all images Douglas Stockdale
A couple of weeks ago we did a road-trip from SoCal up to Park City, Utah for a few days to check the area out as I had heard there were a few really nice restaurants in the area. We also knew that this was not the high-season for skiing (less maddening crowds) but it could be interesting opportunity for finding some Fall color. As you can see from this post, we did find some interesting landscapes, but since we missed the real high-color by two weeks, it took a little extra work in driving up into the mountain roads and then care in framing the images to create these.
What can I say, I am still a sucker for a lyrical landscape image after all of these years. Actually the best part was the winding drives up the narrow roads searching for great locations, then the subsequent walks. Yes, the mountain air was wonderful as well.
This was a relaxing family trip as I consider these snapshots of memories and I have no inclination towards exhibitions these images other than sharing on social media. nice.
Now back to scanning negative and actually moving the photographic career forward, so more about some really interesting updates on that soon.