Monthly Archives: April 2016

Gunsmoke

Kanab , Southern  Utah, Wednesday April 27 We rode today the Johnson Canyon, a 25 miles long canyon south of Kanab. No big imagination needed to imagine Cowboys herding their cattle in the prairies and Indians watching them from the … Continue reading

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Last unexplored territory 

Kanab, Utah, Wednesday April 26 2016 Utah is half the size of France. It has 2,5 million inhabitants, France has 70 million. And the UK has about the same population as France, but with half the surface. No need to … Continue reading

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Spirituality vs technology

Page, Arizona  , Monday April 25 On one side the rocky desert , red, dry, blown by the wind , solitary, immense, with the incredibly diverse shapes given by erosion to the crushed layers of earth. Navajo spirituality  On the … Continue reading

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Natural fortresses

Escalante, sunday april 23 2016 Look at the medieval fortresses nature built here! 

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The good, the bad and the ugly

Loa, Utah, saturday april 23 2016  In the grandiose sceneries of Southern Utah, images from the iconic Sergio Leone movies pop up to one’s mind: cattle grazing in huge prairies,ranches scattered along endless roads, strong winds pushing  across the prairie … Continue reading

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Once upon a time in the West

Loa, Southern Utah, friday april 22 2016 Between Bryce Canyon and Loa, a long backroad surrounded by endless semi desertic prairies. On each side high plateaux and snow topped mountains. Cattle roaming freely in those immense fields . No one … Continue reading

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Geological time and historical time

Bryce Canyon Thursday April 21 2016 Mother nature took 16 million years to build the red cathedrals of Bryce canyons. Geological time. Men took 200 years to build gothic cathedrals. Historical time. Both mindboggling, both leave you jaw dropped. Nature … Continue reading

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