Tag Archives: Utah


Monument Valley – or how wide’s the sky?

To finish off this sequence of scanned and digitally curated images from the 1990s, I’m sharing with you a group of 6 images that I captured at perhaps the most famous “western” scenery that you’ll ever see – […]

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I was, and I still am, a geographer and a geomorphologist at heart even after all the years away from my “practising” days. Before we left for Utah, I knew I wanted to go and […]

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Mexican Hat

The journey from Hanksville to Mexican Hat on first State 95 and then State 261 was not without its moments. Just look up Moki Dugway to see what I mean. It was meant to take us via […]

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