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photo of the day – hot and dry

I apologize for the lengthy absence from my blog. With the Artist Round Table and heading off on a two-week road trip, I haven’t had time to update it. I promise to try to get back on somewhat of a schedule once I return home in the next day or two. In the meantime, here’s an image from the road trip taken in Southern Utah.

The Grand Staircase protrudes from the landscape with such grandeur, it’s breath-taking and for miles and miles along the highway you can see its many formations. Driving down we missed a scenic point to stop but we decided to turn around and head back up again. I’m glad we did; instead we stopped at another location at the side of the road and climbed a little higher. It was hot, very hot–probably around 40 degrees celsius. It was a constant amazement to me that anything could grow in that heat. I hope this image conveys what it was like that day. More to come!



  1. Brian Miller
    July 4, 2011

    Life is an amazing thing, isn’t it? Sounds like you had a great time out there Sabrina. Can’t wait to see what else you saw.

  2. Mendy
    August 5, 2011

    I lost my father to the salt flats. The authorities were not sure how long he had been out there. They told me a few days. I have never seen or heard of the salt flat until July 23, when someone saw my father’s car. I googled and came across your photos. They are calming to me, and I thank you for posting them to the world. As I mourn my loss, I can look at your photos and find some trace of closure as like in this photo you found a trace of life.

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    January 15, 2018

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