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Wisconsin Fall Colors
Didn't get a chance to do a fall photo trip, but I did get some photos at Rib Mountain State Park, just north of our cabin in central WI, on a snowy day and I hit peak colors in southeast Wisconsin. Fortunate to have a county park very close to the house that has some brilliant orange and red maples!
First stop on our Utah road trip. It is the highest paved road in the U.S. at 14,265 feet. Have wanted to photograph the mountain goats for some time, but weather didn't permit travel up the mountain whenever we were in the area. Fortunate on this trip to have good weather and saw several groups of the goats!
Colorado National Monument
Definitely worth a visit if you are anywhere near!
Canyonlands National Park
We were in Moab over Labor Day, so opted to start at Canyonlands. Very nice park and pretty much had it to ourselves on a busy holiday weekend.
Arches National Park
Unable to get a timed entry pass around Labor Day, but we were able to get in the park after 5 one day and before 6 AM on another, as you didn't need the pass at those times. Had plenty of time in the park and crowds really weren't too bad.
Capitol Reef National Park
Quite a bit of road construction going on which made it tough to get to some spots, but we were able to get a few pics.
Goblin Valley State Park
We were at this park before sunrise and spent several hours here. It is not a big park, but what a gem! If you do stop here, don't just go to the overlook - be sure and go down and wander among the "goblins"!
Not a park, but several pull offs along Highway 12 northwest of Bryce National Park. Definitely worth pulling over!
Cedar Breaks National Monument
It is a mini Bryce and certainly less crowded. There are 4 overlooks and plenty of hiking in the canyons.
Bryce National Park
This has to be my favorite stop on our Utah trip! I was mesmerized by this place. The hoodoos were fantastic. Busy place at the initial overlooks, so we went to the end of the park road and started working our way back to the entrance. Plenty of parking at the most popular overlooks when we made our way back. Hiking into the canyons among the hoodoos is awesome!
Zion National Park
Very crowed. Stayed in the southern area of the park and didn't mess with the shuttle into the more popular areas.
Kodachrome Basin State Park
A small park, but interesting formations. If you are near, it is worth the stop.
Miscellaneous Trip Locations
Bears Ears National Monument
Dead Horse Point State park
Goosenecks State Park
Natural Bridges National Monument
Merrimac and Monitor
Mexican Hat Rock
Grand Staircase-Escalante NM
Horseshoe Bend, AZ
Navajo National Monument
Great Sand Dunes National Park, CO
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