Tag Archives: mountains


Alpine Layers

There’s good reason to be up pre-dawn to be on a mountain top at sunrise! On this late October morning, weather was crisp with just a touch of haze. As I made my way to […]

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Changing Seasons

  Fall is the Wasatch is a time to remember – brilliant colors breaking out across the ridgelines set against freshly fallen snow on the high peaks. It was a magical morning at this isolated […]

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Sassolungo Sunset

Since seeing the Italian Dolomites on my first trip to Europe in 1979, I have always been captivated by the craggy, rocky peaks of the massifs west of Cortina d’Ampezzo. They are quintessential mountaineering peaks […]

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Rosa Khutor Powder Day

Rosa Khutor Powder Day, originally uploaded by tomkellyphoto. Having an entire 5,000 foot vertical, lift served mountain to ourselves was a dream. Rosa Khutor, site of the 2014 Olympic ski events, stands majestically above the […]

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2011 Top 10 #4 – Mountain Barn

Mountain Barn, originally uploaded by tomkellyphoto. The restored Tate Barn is an iconic landmark in Midway, not far from our Park City home. It’s an often photographed landmark, but one that has eluded me through […]

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2011 TOP 10 #9 – Storms over the Wasatch

Storms over the Wasatch, originally uploaded by tomkellyphoto. This was an amazing afternoon! We were on a Sunday drive on the alpine loop between Cascade Springs and Sundance on the backside of Utah’s Wasatch Range. […]

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House on the Prairie

House on the Prairie, originally uploaded by tomkellyphoto. On a drive back from Sun Valley to Park City, we took the scenic route, following ever changing weather patterns across the barren Idaho landscape. This old, […]

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Dawn’s Early Light

Dawn’s Early Light, originally uploaded by tomkellyphoto. It’s always a challenge an hour before sunrise figuring out whether or not it’s worth shooting and what location is going to produce some wonderful photographs. It was […]

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Mountain Morning Light

There is nothing more breathtaking than morning light hitting a snow-capped mountain. This was one of those mornings to just take a break from the hustle-bustle of the opening race of the Audi FIS Alpine […]

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Pink Peaks in the Uintahs

The peaks of the Uintahs along Utah’s Mirror Lake Highway are painted in pink as the sun sets in the west over Mt. Timpanogos. (c) 2009 Tom Kelly

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