You would think it would be hard to compete with five national parks in Utah but there are some state parks there that are equally magnificent.
Between Bryce Canyon and Capitol Reef National Parks lies Kodachrome Basin State Park where we camped for a couple of nights. The campsite was right in among the monolithic stone spires. We even had one right in our own campsite.
I find it a little overwhelming visually when all three primary colours are present in a scene – each of them super saturated naturally. No wonder a National Geographic Society expedition in 1948 named this place Kodachrome.
I bet there are some readers out there who don’t remember Kodachrome. Sigh. Oh, the amazing colours that came out of that film…
Perhaps I enjoyed a few too many red rock formations while in Utah because now, as I am processing the images, they look a little boring to me. I’m hoping that is just because I’ve seen so many.
People who live here must dream rock formations.
So I joined Pinterest. I’ve heard so much about it I just had to check it out. It’s sort of like digital scrapbooking. You make collections of things you are interested in. If you are on Pinterest too let’s connect! You can also pin any of the images in my posts to your boards by clicking the “pin it” button at the top of each post.