The last fourteen or so posts showed day by day our our summer vacation. Anyone with investigative powers can reconstruct the entire route that we took from Salt Lake City and back to it, fourteen days later. Before our flight back to the East coast on a red eye flight, we stopped at the Ensign Peak Nature Park to see how Salt Lake City looks during sunset.
One thing that anyone will notice in Salt Lake City is the big presence of industrial complexes. I have no idea what type of industries are all those complexes, but they were an eye sore, especially after seeing all the natural beauty around there.
27 thoughts on “Salt Lake City Sunset”
Wow – this looks amazing! Great capture!
Awesome shot! I love the clouds in this photo 🙂
Stunning! Mind blowing!
Love this shot!!
Concrete sure is an eye-sore
Wow! That is a stunning view! The colors are gorgeous and the dramatic sky is perfect. Great shot!
I’ve only been to SLC once, but never to this spot. Thanks for sharing. This photo makes me want to climb up where you were to see the same view! http://ohtheplaceswesee.com
I enjoyed the wonderful photographs of your trip. They reminded me of how lucky I am to live in the west. Thank you for sharing.
it was a great trip, we visited five states, with four of them being new states! getting closer to cover all fifty, only 29 to go.
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So dry!! …The photo of the sunset couldn’t have been taken at a better time!!
What an amazing capture!!!
Great shot….amazing sky
Great photo! I love this picture particularly because I go to this very place to see the view at least once every few months.
Did you happen to make it to any of our national parks here in Utah?
nope, not yet, maybe on the next trip to that area. we might go south to the four corners.
Incredible photo. It almost looks futuristic.
Great shot – lovely colours
Those ‘industrial complexes’ include the NSA data storage CITY, where anything and everything electronic will be captured and stored. Not only is it an eyesore, but consumes enormous amounts of water (in a desert) and energy. The facility is not only a natural resources hog, but also creepy by its designated intentions….
Demetrii, your photography is beautiful! Thank you for stopping by my blog and checking it out!