I took a day trip to get away from the boring dustbowl of Nevada…
I was in awe with this picturesque landscape…For some reason it remind me of China with those steep buttes, except this one is red.. The sky was very foggy and cloudy, I thought it was going to rain.. Instead, it was snowing! I was like SNOW??! It just weird, I wasn’t expecting snow starting to hit in such an average elevation area. It was a mixture of rain and slushy snow when I driving into it. The weather is totally different than Nevada which is just 120 miles away! It was 20-30 degrees colder, and unusual for Spring Season, even closing into the month of May…
Snow is a rare sight for me (Florida native) and makes me feel like a little kid when I see those lovely white flakes. I didn’t have a jacket or sweater with me…lol. It was cold, not freezing though.. The snow was pouring rapidly, and for a moment I thought it was hail… I never seen snowflakes that are the size of peas bouncing off the hood and windscreen of my car.. It was different. I can hear it falling like someone dropping bunch of round leads on top of my car.
Done in ballpoint, soft pastel, and matte finish fixture (that’s why the spread look a bit moist) sprayed on the page.

Kolob Canyons Observation point.. The Canyons is part of the Zion National Park and just 20 miles south of Cedar City, Utah.