"A hundred hearts would be too fewTo carry all my love for you."~Author Unknown, originally uploaded by CircadianReflections Photography.
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Playing with a few ideas for Valentine’s Day. I’m posting this early because I’ll be on the road on the 14th heading to Moab, Utah for a photographic adventure with some friends.
Nikon D700| AF 105mm f2.8@ f3.2| 1/500 sec| ISO 400| Manual Priority| Matrix Met| Handheld
Eiko 4800K bulb in shop clamp light camera right High
3 thoughts on ““A hundred hearts would be too fewTo carry all my love for you.”~Author Unknown”
Sounds like a pretty decent Valentines Day and it would be interesting to know your thoughts about Moab after you return as we possibly will be going there in about a month. Happy shooting
It was a fun day, and long week-end. Moab and the parks around there are amazing. Each park has its own unique beauty. There is so much to do. Hiking, biking, rafting, and ATV’ing even. Or just take the auto-tour. There are plenty of sights right off the parking lots and pull outs. All within about 30 miles of each other you can visit Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, and Deadhorse State Park. There are several recreation areas too you can go to. I love the area and hope to get back again while I’m able.
In town of Moab there are two restaurants I can recommend. Twisted Sistas for dinner. We went there two nights in a row. It was that good!
The baked brie with flatbread is fantastic. I had that both nights for starters, the Beef Tenderloin is yummy, so tender, and juicy it was served with garlic mashed potatoes, and sauteed veggies. Those were delicious.
My companions liked the Baked Shrimp, Pork Tenderloin, Seafood Tom Yum, French Onion Soup, and their House Salad is good too.
Here’s the link to their menu- http://twistedsistascafe.com/page4.html
The other cafe is Love Muffin Cafe we had breakfast there. I had the Bombero burrito, it was good, and a muffin of course. Get there early or be prepared to wait in a long line. They are a small place; not many tables, but they do have a small bar like counter you can eat at. That’s what we did. It was packed the whole time we were there and the line was out the door!
I think you should go! Right now the weather is great since we’re in a drought, and there’s not much snow.
Thanks for the recommendations Deborah, if we go it will more than likely be in about a month. Arches and Canyonlands are both on my to do list. on Saturday we are going to head towards New Mexico with hopes of maybe revisiting Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument along the way. There is a couple here from Utah and they have recommended Carlsbad Caverns. Hopefully it will be as great as they say. If we make it, I will let you know what I think.