Chapter 1: Utah’s Dead Sea Brims with Life, Myth and Mystery

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From Tom Wharton’s Year with Great Salt Lake, a series originally published in the Salt Lake Tribune, 1992. Read more about the series here. Nelson Ellinwood of Salt Lake City recalls the first time he took a friend duck hunting on the Great Salt Lake. “We were rowing down the channel at twilight, right before the … Read moreChapter 1: Utah’s Dead Sea Brims with Life, Myth and Mystery

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Winter Solstice at Great Salt Lake Through the Eyes of Charles Uibel

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Happy Winter Solstice! It is Seasons of Salt’s first year celebrating the other side of the alignment in Nancy Holt’s Sun Tunnels, and I can think of no better way to honor this christening than with the work of longtime friend and Salt Seeker, Charles Uibel. Charles’ photos have always taken my breath away.  Perhaps … Read moreWinter Solstice at Great Salt Lake Through the Eyes of Charles Uibel

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Fall Equinox: Pictures Worth a Thousand Words

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Happy Autumn (as of 8:29 PM, September 22)! “What remains is autumn, when the temperature seems perfect, the fish bite a little quicker and aspens, oaks and maples change colors, turning the mountains into an artist’s palette.” – Tom Wharton, Salt Lake Tribune, 2011 Autumn is my favorite time of year.  In celebration of the … Read moreFall Equinox: Pictures Worth a Thousand Words

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