Marble Canyon is known for the Glen Canyon Dam overlooking the Colorado River and colorful Vermillion Cliffs. Lee’s Ferry, at the water’s edge is a popular launch point for river runner adventures, kayaks, and rafts.
Lee’s Ferry is named after John D. Lee, who established a ferry to transport wagons across the Colorado River for the Mormon church. Lee was later executed for his participation in the Mountain Meadows Massacre in 1857. The Ferry was shutdown in the 1920s when the ornate Navajo Bridge was built.
The area is rich with rainbow colors of geological layers, deep canyons, and balancing rocks. It is a treasure trove for hikers, explorers, campers and photographers. The light casts glows on its many faces that change throughout the day.
While I’d like to post my 3rd and final video on the pizza oven, it’s just still a long way from done.
It’s coming along… slowly though it may be. Here’s a pic to show you the current progress. So many people think… pizza oven, what’s taking so long. So let this picture give you a different perspective and a teaser until the final video details it’s many still left undone steps.. like building our own roof, our own doors, countertop border, stone facade, etc.
So this blog entry offers a distraction from the pizza oven. Wouldn’t want anyone thinking we’re all work and no play.
We recently got back from Page, AZ. Now there isn’t much in Page, AZ as far as charming towns, shopping, or restaurants. But it is full of natural wonders, textures, shapes and colors. Page is home to Antelope Canyon (see my photos posted on kritterspix.com).
I am far from an avant garde photographer. I concentrate mostly on landscape & wildlife. Having said that, Page is full of interesting difficult-to-capture textures and colors.
I love what my friend Gayle shared… now all I have to do is learn to make countertops out of my textures. Thanks, Gayle. You’re awesome. You’ll be the first to get a set when I do!