A collection of distilled sarcastic wisdom, numerous photographs, discussions of books and stuff to learn and more stuff to think about from a retired economics professor turned blogger and photographer.
You may get tired of photos of Lone Peak and Mt. Timpanogos before the winter is out but I don't have the flowers of St. George to photograph any longer. Anyway, the mountains assume a different pose every day throughout the day as the light changes, the snow level changes, and as the atmosphere changes. So get used to it.
The craggy outcroppings and snow fields at the top of Lone Peak
I'm trying to think of something positive I can say about the snow. I suppose I could relent and say that it's beautiful, but I'm not ready to go that far when I hadn't planned to see any snow whatsoever this entire winter.
Ever since we moved to the south Salt Lake Valley fifteen years ago, Velna and I loved to just sit and look out at the majestic mountains and clouds that dominated our eastern horizon. So here is Mt. Timpanogos yesterday in the clouds:
And here is last night's sunset:
The yellows on the brush by the Jordan River are getting brighter each day:
And the leaves have all fallen from the tree by our front door: