The first part of October brought me back to the desert to photograph the wild horses. I can never get enough of the desert country they live in and watching them. I hadn’t been out for a couple of months and it felt really good to see them again


A couple of days later me and my wife went to the Uintah mountains in Utah, to photograph horses in fall color. I feel like we walked away with a few good images and had a great fall day spent in the mountains.


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I can’t even begin to describe how beautiful it was. Not a lot of people outside of Utah even know about the Uintah range. But there over 500 fishable lakes and if it were up to me I would fish everyone in my lifetime. There is nothing better than throwing a leg over a good horse with a fly rod tied on and riding into a mountain lake. I spend a lot of time in the Uintah’s riding and fishing but this day I only had an afternoon to spend and wanted to get some fall photographs.

The next day I went for a ride with my daughter Alyx, and good friend Kylee.


We went to a trail head just outside of Snowbasin ski resort just east of where I live in Ogden. It was a good ride but very crowded. Not a place for solitude.

The good thing about fall is it brings more time for photography. I was able to go to the desert and photograph the Onaqui wild horse’s again.

It was a beautiful day. The horses never cease to amaze me and I was able to get a few keepers.

To round out the month on Halloween the Budweiser Clydesdales came to Ogden. I love seeing them. So cool to see them all hitched up and working as a team.




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