Sunday, October 25, 2015

Sunset in Kodachrome Basin

I never tire of the wealth of land forms in Utah and Arizona. Why should I travel to exotic places when some of the most remarkable and exotic are in my own backyard? Kodachrome Basin in Southern Utah is one of the most remarkable of all those locations. It is only the vagaries of politics that keeps this and many similar locations from becoming National Parks. Although, I would not be in favor of declaring all these areas as National Parks simply because to do so would attract many more visitors, most of whom would come simply because the area was declared a National Park and not for the scenery or solitude.

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