After leaving Park City in January, we headed over to Salt Lake City to do some tourist stuff. This was our 2nd visit here with the 1st being in October of 2019.
We drove up to the capital, got out and walked around.
There’s a cool church across the street from the capital. The White Memorial Chapel was built in 1883. It’s a non-denominational chapel and you can get married here.
We found a park farther north of the capital, Ensign Peak. We got out and walked about half way up the trail to the lookout area. It was a shame it was so hazy looking into the city.
Later we drove by the University of Utah on the way to the zoo.
On the way to the airport we saw a frozen pond that had ducks walking around on the ice. Something I’ve never seen in person, I had to get out and get pictures. It’s amazing their feet don’t freeze.
I noticed some goldeneye ducks swimming around near the unfrozen part of the pond. I’ve only seen one goldeneye here in the Tampa Bay area and that was years ago.
Heading home. Now it’s late March, warm and humid. I’m really missing that snow.
Thanks for sitting in on my “What I did on my winter vacation” pictures.
I’ve been to Park City, but never explored SLC much. That’s a beautiful photo taken out of the airplane window!
Salt Lake City is a great place to visit. I love it there, and the surrounding area.
They do get temperature inversions where it gets hazy sometimes.
All these are beautiful captures… I like the statues and also the church picture. Sky captures are gorgeous
Have a great day!
Beautiful shots from SLC. I wish I had more time to see the city when I was there.
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