Today, Fisher Towers, Utah


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Fischer Towers Utah

Fisher Towers, Utah. Am experimenting with my image zoomer compressor, unfortunately it messes this photo up a bit but if you click on the image it'll display a higher quality version, perhaps enlarged if your screen has the room. Yesterday was chilly but dry and Lisa got in a nice 40 mile road bike ride, but rain and snow beat the WildSnow trailhead approach vehicle into the mud, and we headed back home where the snow is thick enough to ski. On the way back, we were loving the clouded cliffs of the redrock country, and pulled over for this roadside grab shot. Click to enlarge.

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7 Responses to “Today, Fisher Towers, Utah”

  1. essay papers March 15th, 2010 2:21 pm

    great picture :) :wub:

  2. Bryce March 16th, 2010 7:49 pm

    That’s a sweet spot! I camped across the highway from Fisher Towers with my two little girls last week. We saw plenty of rain, some snow and always the clouds pouring off the cliffs or obscuring the towers. Moab can be cold and wet this time of year, but it doesn’t get any more beautiful. Nice photo.

  3. Lou March 16th, 2010 8:06 pm

    Thanks Bryce, did the enlargement work for you?

  4. Scott Messina March 16th, 2010 8:24 pm

    The photo enlarges for me Lou, nice job
    scott

  5. Dean Anderson March 17th, 2010 4:38 am

    absolutely love the photo. Never been to this spot but can see why you enjoy it.

  6. Eric March 17th, 2010 5:04 pm

    Hi Lou,

    Greetings from Moab. I dropped you a line last spring. The snow is thick enough to ski around here. You just have to get up above 10,000 feet!.

  7. Lou March 17th, 2010 6:39 pm

    Hi Eric, some day, we’ll ski the La Sal. Probably not this spring though…

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