Framed Against the Wasatch (02/01/2007) The Jordan River Temple framed against the Wasatch Mountains. The Temple is named for Utah's Jordan River which is in the ravine East of the Temple. The picture includes Little Cottonwood and Bells Canyon.
West Gate (02/01/2007) The West Gate to the Jordan River Temple in South Jordan, Utah.
A Little Birdie Told Me (02/01/2007) A little birdie was sitting in a tree. It flew away before I could get a closer shot.
Towering Temple (02/01/2007) This is an artsy attempt to emphasis the height of the temple's main tower.
Temple Layers (02/01/2007) This picture of the South side of the temple highlights the layering of the temple's facade. dark lines and white colors assures that the temple will look interesting both during the day and night.
Jordan River Gulch (04/14/2008) This picture includes the intersection of 10600 South, River Front Drive and the Jordan River Temple.
Jordan River Temple
This page includes pictures of the Jordan River Temple in South Jordan River, Utah. This church was dedicated in 1981 and is owned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (LDS Links).
This selection of pictures was taken during a quick walk around the temple on the evening of 2/2/2007. My goal was to get some shots of the temple framed by the Wasatch Mountains. The result of this decision was that pictures of the main view of the temple were backlit.