Posted by: Bruce Proctor | June 5, 2008

3 Photos from Dinosaur National Monument


The three photos below were made on October 6, 2007 in Dinosaur National Monument in southeast Utah, after a night of early snow in the nearby campground. I loved the variety of these three images (my roommate actually preferred a fourth not pictured here) which I feel shows country too rarely photographed, and which shows a bit of the range of my nature photography. Often, up till now, my work seems too personal for most outdoor magazines, and too traditional for the artsy ones. But in a competition sponsored by PDN and National Geographic Traveler, I thought an editor or two might be hooked by these. Apparently not. Not yet.  .  .   Still, I like them! What do you think?

“Fall Cottonwoods in Gully, with Cheatgrass and Split Mountain, Dinosaur National Monument”

“Storm Clearing over Split Mountain, with Gully and Entrada Monument, Dinosaur National Monument”

“Green River, Cottonwoods Turning, Split Mountain, Dinosaur National Monument”

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