Twice a quarter I have to travel to the Salt Lake area for my job, this time I decided to turn it into a photo project.
I have a little bit of downtime after my job each day when traveling, not much, but a little. Frequently I travel with one of my co-workers and so this time is spent at the hotel pool or at a bar somewhere hanging out. This trip though, I am by myself. To fill the time and keep myself from just being lazy in front of the TV I decided to turn it into a little project. My goal is to spend a little bit of time everyday intentionally going out to explore the area and make some images I am proud of.
This will probably end up being a very long post, but I kinda don’t mind. That is essentially what this blog is for: quick updates and snapshots go to Instagram, longer projects go here. I will publish this blog on Sunday (the first day) and update it everyday throughout the week. I hope you enjoy and I hope I am able to stretch myself a little bit this week.
3 Cups Cofee
Caputo’s Market and Deli
Jordanelle Resevoir, Cascade Springs State Park, and Bridal Veil Falls
Downtown Salt Lake City
The Capitol Building
Sunset Overlooking the City
I had absolutely no time on this last day to take any pictures, except for a snap of the sunset on the way to my car at DIA. It was a fun trip that challenged me very much, and I hope to do another project like this again soon.
Husband. Dad. Explorer. Gentleman.