After a rewarding year of trips to California (twice), Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah, I decided to take one last short trip to one of my favorite photographic places—Moab, in eastern Utah.
Moab is also hospitable for the Phantom drone, with the Colorado River only 4,100 feet above sea level. The high buttes are usually not much higher than 6,000 feet. Also, despite the National Park Service outlawing drones in nearby national parks such as Arches and Canyonlands, the Colorado River valley running through Moab is a spectacular and legal place to do flights.
This gallery celebrates the five days of spectacular weather I enjoyed, and the variety of wonders outside the national parks that going to Moab provides.
|Fall 2011||Fall 2014|
|The San Rafael Swell and The Wedge 2011||Castle Valley Fall 2014|
|Potash Road to the West 2011|
|Red Canyon 2011||Route 128 East Fall 2014|
|Manti-LaSal Mountain Loop 2011||Sunset Grill Restaurant Site Fall 2014|
|Squaw Flats Road Fall 2014|
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