200 South (06/06/2010) The main walkway through the President Circle at the University of Utah looks down 200 South into Salt Lake City.
Inversion (11/28/2010) Being shaped like a bowl, Salt Lake can suffer serious inversions. When there is deep snow in November, the fog can be trapped in the valley for days. This is a picture of the inversion layer in late November 2010
SLC Inversion (01/14/2011) This is a shot from a smart phone. The lighting was perfect, but the camera failed to capture the full depth of the inversion layer between the Oquirrh and Wasatch Mountains.
SLC Inversion II (01/14/2011) The inversion layer between the Wasatch and Oquirrh Mountains.
October 6th, 2011 (10/06/2011) My neighbor shoveling snow on October 6, 2011. He should wait until the storm is over.
Salt Lake City is the capital and largest city in Utah. It is seated at the foot the majestic Wasatch Mountains. Salt Lake was the host of the 2002 Winter Olympics. As the result, there was a great frenzy of construction just before the games. If you wish to learn more about the city, please visit Salt Lake Sites. This is a large open directory with links to several thousand local web sites. The Salt Lake Photo category lists other galleries from Utah's Capital City.