Mount Watson (06/20/2006) Mount Watson from the Long Lake Trail in the Uinta Mountains.
Forest Scene (06/20/2006) A forest reflected in a mountain pond.
Uintah Lake (06/20/2006) A lake in the Uinta Mountains (either Crystal or Washington Lake).
Tea Pot Lake (06/20/2006) Crystal Lake in the Uinta Mountains.
Tea Pot Lake (06/20/2006) Tea Pot Lake on the Mirror Lake Highway with Reids Peak and Bald Mountain in the distance.
Provo River Falls (06/06/2006) A section of falls on the Provo River. This set of falls is above Slate Canyon.
Pine Reproduction (06/06/2006) Pines are often monoecious with both male and female cones on the same tree.
Horseback Riders (06/06/2006) Horseback Riders on the Soapstone road (just off the Mirror Lake Highway). About three seconds after this picture a small brown dog was yapping at the legs of these horse.
Bald Mountain Area (06/03/2006) The trees are a bit scarce on this upper section of the Mirror Lake highway.
Bald Mountain (06/03/2006) Bald Mountain from the Bald Mountain Pass view area on the Mirror Lake Highway.
Uinta Peaks (06/03/2006) The Uinta Mountains from the Bald Mountain view area.
The Uinta Mountains is the tallest mountain range in Utah. Kings Peak (13,528 ft) is the tallest mountain in the Range. The range is located in the Northeast section of the state and is about an two hour drive from Salt Lake City.
The Uintas are unique in that they runs East to West (most of the Mountain Ranges in the Americas run North South.