|| Trails wind through the foothills around Salt Lake City. Hiking these trails can either be a muddy adventure or a thrilling opportunity to shoot some amazing photos of the outdoors.
Snow had just fallen in the Southern part of the city, mostly at high altitude, but the lower trails were dry to the North. Sometimes I trail run in the foothills just to get away from the grid and the grind. That’s one of the best parts about Salt Lake, you can leave the city behind without actually leaving the city. ||
Salt Lake City has been a sad state of affairs the last few weeks. The rain won’t stop.
Little Cottonwood Canyon residents are lining the river with sandbags, and a few of the reservoirs are overflowing.
Last summer all I had to complain about was the endless heat, now its the rain. We’ve been treated to some serious fireworks display courtesy of the thunderhead clouds rolling through.
My buddy Matt Boynton snagged a couple of cool shots from his house in SLC at the same time I grabbed one up in Park City.
Wild stuff, glad I had my camera. Thanks for the photos Matt.