Utah October 15, 2015
What These 24 Utah Photographers Captured will Blow You Away: Part 3
I received so many reader submissions this week that I had to add a couple extra to the list. In addition to some stunning landscapes, you’ll find some different subjects in this week’s list (look for a really cool clock, a sea creature and a camera-happy chipmunk). See my instructions at the bottom for submitting your photos; I’ll post another list next week!
1. Monica Robles-Smith submitted this photo of Fillmore.
2. Derek VonHatten shared this photo of fishing at the Jordanelle Reservoir.
3. Tony Workman shot this photo of Montage at Deer Valley this month.
4. This photo that Miguel Mendez took of Jensen, Utah is full of color.
5. Mallori Jacobsen’s photo was taken at the top of Snake Creek, overlooking Mineral Basin.
6. Autumn Creer captured these fall colors in Provo Canyon.
7. Shannon Ferrell shot this stunning photo at Living Planet Aquarium.
8. Scott Ricks shared this photo of Utah’s autumn beauty.
9. Dan Stansell sent in this great pic of Pole Line Pass.
10. Daniel Johnson shows us why it’s a great idea to take a fall drive this weekend.
11. Bente Nielsen Love shared this pic of Park City.
12. This perfect mirror image of Smith and Morehouse Reservoir was taken by Bobbie Maroney Tanner.
13. Tracey Bakelar captured this gorgeous photo of the sunrise over the Salt Lake Valley.
14. This photo of the sun rising over Temple Mountain at the San Rafael Swell was submitted by Richard Tilton.
15. Michael Boman sent in this golden shot of Big Cottonwood Canyon, above Desolation Lake.
16. Mark Aldridge submitted this beautiful photo of the aspen at Duck Creek.
17. Tona Dyer’s photo of Utah’s mountains even includes a little snow!
18. This photo of Zion National Park, taken by Sarah Alvord Jackman, looks like a postcard!
19. How did Sarah Godwin Peterson get this adorable chipmunk to pose at Bryce Canyon National Park?
20. Debi Hunt shot this photo of Wolf Creek the first week in October.
21. Amy Dasilva took this cool photo of the “Old Clock at Zion’s First National Bank” which is located in downtown Salt Lake City and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
22. This photo of Natasha Ryumshina in Little Cottonwood Canyon might be the coolest selfie ever.
23. Cecilia Vermeer shot this photo of happy dogs and their owners at Dog Lake.
24. If you’re wondering where to find the end of the rainbow, Heidi Alsup found it. It’s in St. George!
I’d love to add your photo to next week’s list. For consideration, post it on our
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