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Light, Land and Sky Opening July 7

KAMAS, Utah (June 27, 2017) – Noted Utah landscape photographer Tom Kelly will present a collection of stunning images from around Utah and the world with his Light, Land and Sky gallery show opening at […]

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Rushing River

Springtime means water – lots of water. Melting snow in the mountains slowly releases its icy grip and sends it cascading into rivers and streams. Each spring I wait with anticipation for the opening of […]

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July Gallery Show in Kamas

Take a scenic drive out to Kamas during July to visit my gallery show at Artique. The wonderful gallery featuring local artists is open every weekend, Thursday through Sunday, from 11:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. […]

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Metaphor: The Tree of Utah

  Who knows how many millions of travelers have passed this lonely roadside monument along I-80 on the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah’s west desert. It’s an iconic landmark open to interpretation. And it’s a […]

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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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Fall Farmer’s Market

  The Salt Lake City Farmer’s Market in Pioneer Park is a staple part of our Saturday. This is a real farmer’s market, with real farmers and fresh produce. Carole and I enjoy visiting the […]

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Rainbow in the Fog

  Late Summer in Park City produces magical weather systems. As temperatures drop, moisture from Silver Creek creates a misty layer of fog. This was an especially dynamic morning. From the top of Glenwild, not […]

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Best Friends

I’ve been photographing these two longhorns for several years on the ranch land between Heber City and Midway, Utah. Somehow I feel like I know them. Not sure it’s mutual. Usually they are a Nikkor […]

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Dawn in Albion Basin

Like the colors of autumn, wildflowers in July are a ritual in the mountains. And there’s no better place than Albion Basin in Alta, Utah at the head of Little Cottonwood Canyon. Photographing Albion Basin […]

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Mud Hole

The Orange Jeep has been one of my favorite outdoor action subjects for the last decade, especially when Zach’s behind the wheel. The boy has a nose for mud! This particular trail is one of […]

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