The Canyon Sleeping

Frozen Arrowhead
As a gift for your Monday, be it rainy, snowy, cold, or even pleasant, I have a collection of photos taken at Picture Canyon in late January which may show that even in the dead of winter there is beauty to be found, hidden deep among the cold stone, waiting patiently for spring and the light of a milder sun. It is a short gallery, presented without commentary, made to show the patterns here and there which draw my eye in such a place. I recommend viewing it on a large screen in its original formatting if only to preserve this effect, but any viewing at all, along with a comment or a like, is as always appreciated.
Sunlit TumbleGrotto


Memory Remains
MeanderUnlikely Features
FallenTrapped in Decline
Golden Echo


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4 thoughts on “The Canyon Sleeping

  1. Picture Canyon is sooooo lovely…There must be lots of lakes around to make such gorgeous waterfalls…Very interesting… Good photography….

  2. Cody, Sorry it took so long to respond. I like the pictures. It looks like you are getting some good motion in the waterfall shots. Still waiting for the Utah shots! 😉 Love you, Pops

  3. Hi Cody,

    As always, your impression of God’s Beauty is captured!! We love looking at all of your wonderful, gifted photos that you take. It sure makes my day, and I will go back and look at your photos many times. I love what you write and I am in awe with your talent!!

    We love you very much and we are very proud of you!!

    Love, Uncle Bud & Aunt Judy XOXO

    Sent from my iPad

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  4. Hi Cody,

    We LOVE your new photos!! We love all of them and just when we thought we saw the best, we see more of the BEST. We love the photos that you took in Utah!! Amazing work. Chris was looking at your photos and he said he LOVES how you take your photos and how you keep your your shutter open longer for more exposure. He said you sure are extremely talented. We love looking at ALL of your brilliant work.

    Love, Uncle Bud & Aunt Judy

    Sent from my iPad

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