Utah is the envy of many states in its fabulous five National Parks, but one of its state parks can be just as breathtaking. Dead Horse Point State Park consists of dramatic overlooks of the Colorado River and Canyonlands National Park at an elevation of nearly 6,000 feet. During our last visit, this bunch of desert princesplumes provided a beautiful contrast to the browns, reds, grays and light haze of the vast canyon below. The view was remarkable.
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Jack Huber has taken thousands of photographs around the country and in his foreign travels.