I had the opportunity to go down to Moab a few weeks ago to get some footage for a short documentary we're producing at work. It was a rather spontaneous gig. I overheard my boss talking with a kid in our lab about the fact that no cameraman is available to do the Moab shoot. Having never been there and always up for a free trip to basically anywhere, I half jokingly suggested, "Teach me how to use the camera and I'll go!" "Done. You're going," he said. "Wait...what? For reals?" I started getting nervous, thinking that the trip wouldn't be worth the responsibility of lugging around $10K of camera equipment. I saw headlines: Girl Drops Camera Off Cliff and then Plummets After it to her Death.
Well, in the end, obviously I'm glad I went. I shot mostly film, but I do have a handful of photos (click on 'em to make 'em bigger). Arches Nat'l Park is phenomenal and once again I was caught in the rapture of nature and the closeness to God that it evokes. In case you've forgotten from my other posts about the natural world and the existence of a Divine Creator, let me remind you: "All things denote there is a God...
...yea, even the earth, and all things that are upon the face of it, yea, and its motion, yea, and also all the planets which move in their regular form do witness that there is a Supreme Creator." (Alma 30:44)