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Logan, Utah

After an eventful few days Bre drove C and me to Salt Lake City to fly home. He stayed in a beautiful area of Utah over the next couple of weeks as I flew in and out to New Orleans, Illinois and Memphis for work. I got to enjoy the weekends in this land of milk and honey.

Logan is at the end of an incredibly scenic canyon and surrounded by rich farmland. The local Farmers Market was a delight, with organically grown fruits and vegetables and meat and milk. We were able to buy milk for $1.59 a gallon and cherries and tomatoes for 39 cents a pound. Fresh baby salad greens were heaped into a plastic bag for $2. While we were here it was the peak of raspberry season and fresh raspberry shakes were available everywhere.

This is definitely a place to re-visit. The mountains surrounding Logan offer many opportunites for photography. The people are warm and friendly. A great place.

I'll post many photos from the area soon.

Nikon D700
1/320s f/16.0 at 50.0mm iso200 full exif

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urs12-Jan-2011 19:39
Sounds like a pretty place to be. Very scenic picture you present here, Gayle. It looks like the prairie in Alberta, Canada with the Rocky Mountains behind. Was nice to read about your good experience with the local farmers and markets. It for sure tastes much better, the food you got from the farmers directly, than buying them in a major grocery store. Excellently done and described. V
Tom Munson04-Aug-2010 02:15
Fantastic image on a stormy day! Great light and beautifully composed! Great work, Gayle!
Buz Kiefer14-Aug-2009 17:22
Sounds good to me and a lovely photo Gayle.
Chris Cox10-Aug-2009 02:50
Very Nice Gayle, long time no see, hope you and Bre are doing great! CC
J. Scott Coile10-Aug-2009 02:18
Sounds and looks like a place I would love to visit!