1. An Iconic Landscape
This photo was taken in 2014, but it looks as though it could have been from the 1930s - or earlier!
2. Uinta Mountains
A beautiful place to camp, fish, hike and photograph.
3. Dead Horse Point State Park
This is one of my favorite landscapes in Utah.
So much of Utah is rural, with a special kind of beauty. Here's a Logan landscape.
5. View From Angel's Landing
When you reach the top of Angel's Landing, you're rewarded with this landscape.
Scott Law's photo of the sunrise over Sundance showcases a beautiful alpine landscape.
7. Strawberry Reservoir
Bright wildflowers and a cloudy sky over the reservoir.
8. View From Lava Point
This landscape view of Zion Canyon from Lava Point is breathtaking, isn't it?
9. Duck Creek
Duck Creek in the fall.
Utah's small towns look so idyllic, with their fields and mountains. Wellsville is no exception.
11. Virgin River
The Virgin River at Zion National Park.
12. Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge
The refuge is a photographer's dream, with its pretty scenery and plentiful wildlife.
13. Utah State Capitol
The Utah landscape where powerful people make big decisions.
14. Bryce Canyon National Park
Bryce Canyon's rich, colorful hoodoos are stunning...and the view stretches for miles.
15. Holi Festival, Spanish Fork
Sometimes, Utah's most gorgeous landscapes include its residents.
16. Salt Lake City
A juxtaposition of man-made and natural landscape - the Salt Lake City skyline with the Wasatch Mountains in the background.
17. Antelope Island
We're calling this one: Landscape With Bison.
18. Dinosaur National Monument
Many Utahns think that Dinosaur National Monument is just a dinosaur quarry. This landscape shows its vast area - with plenty of recreation and beauty.
19. Park City
This is probably Utah's most photographed barn, near Park City. It captures the rural, farming landscape of Utah.
20. Park Avenue
With Park Avenue in the foreground and the landscape behind, this scene at Canyonlands National Park is remarkable.