Two Temples and a Holiday {Utah Photography}

I’ve been having a hard time making it to photograph my monthly temples before it get’s black dark the last couple of months. I missed Oquirrh Mountain by about fifteen minutes but oh well, I will prevail! I tried to make interesting images anyway which is why I went more impressionistic (probably not a word) with the above image of the Mt. Timpanogos Temple. I didn’t realize I’d done matching panorama shots for both temples until I uploaded these to blogger. Sidenote: both temples also have matching chandeliers {my favorite that I’ve seen}.

I don’t know why I like the above shot so much, I just do. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that I am standing right next to the fountain…I really like fountains.

I really like the Oquirrh Mountain Temple. It’s cozy, yet splendid.

I finished a wonderful weekend with a fabulous St. Patrick’s day. My DH {darling hubby} knows how much I love St. Patty’s so he took me to the Celtic Celebration at Peery’s Egyptian Theatre. He also knows how much I love that theatre and bagpipes, which were part of the celebration. I am so spoiled! 🙂

Here is a link to more of my temple images on my fine art Boutique.


Forced to be on top of things. {Utah Fine Art Photography}

I barely scraped my Temple photo project in last month so this month I repented and got it done in the first few days. I happened to be in Midvale (which is a bit of a drive for me) so I had to photograph the Oquirrh Mountain Temple while I was there. Ironically they were closed for cleaning for a few more days but I’m still happy with what I got…would have liked some clouds though.

Of course if they had been open I probably wouldn’t have been able to get this shot as I am standing, with tripod, smack dab in the middle of the road. Good times!

Sidenote: I’ve had people ask me about ordering prints and I am happy to announce that my online boutique will be up shortly. Right now I am customizing the site and adding pictures. The learning curve to working the site has been a little steeper than I anticipated but it shouldn’t be too much longer now. I’m really, really, really excited about it!