1. Mount Timapanogos
The majesty of Mount Timpanogos is hard to match.
2. Monument Valley
I love this photo, which looks like it comes straight out of a Western. It's actually a Navajo man and his horse in 2009, surrounded by the beauty of Monument Valley.
3. Valley Of The Gods
Balloons floating peacefully in a perfect sky over Valley of the Gods.
4. Mesa Arch
Utah's many rock formations, natural arches and bridges are so photogenic.
5. Cecret Lake
It's hard to keep a lake like this secret...it's just too beautiful not to share.
6. False Kiva
False Kiva, at Canyonlands National Park. The landscape just goes on forever.
7. North Ogden
A rural Utah field, with the mountains in the distance.
8. Bryce Canyon
Sunrise at Bryce Canyon National Park is simply stunning. When the amphitheater fills with the morning light, there's probably no better spot in the world for a photo.
9. Mule Canyon
House On Fire, in Mule Canyon, looks exactly like its name implies. It's an amazing Anasazi ruin left by Utahns who were here long before us.
10. Silver Lake
Utah's alpine lakes, surrounded by pines, are so peaceful and pretty.
11. Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
Utah's rock formations really do look like something you could only imagine - especially when they're captured in front of a sky like this.
12. Amethyst Basin
This amazing photo has it all - incredible light, cool reflection and amazing red rock cliffs.
13. Virgin River
The Virgin River at Zion National Park is awe-inspiring.
14. Squaw Peak
Scenic drives, like this one in Provo County, remind us of Utah's beauty year-round.
15. Spanish Fork
I love photos of the Color Festival in Spanish Fork. So many Utahns, all in one place, all celebrating and happy and each one is absolutely beautiful. While our Utah scenery is stunning, what makes our state the best is the people who live in it.