I’ve been out of state for the last few days and always find it’s good to have something a bit grounding to welcome me back. Though there were long hours spent driving through Utah’s West Desert, I was reminded of the stark beauty of the landscape. Irregular peaks which cascade over low grasslands and marsh, just on the edge of the Great Salt Lake, dot the highway, as well as the strange site of the broad Salt Flats which spread themselves out along the valley floors. It’s sites like these that make a 13 hour overnight drive completely worth it.
Saltair | Summer 2014 | Red Dog Dogs