I've always wanted to travel into canyon country during winter. Something about the contrast between the red rocks, and the white snow creates such dramatic and interesting landscapes. This past December I saw an approaching storm and went for it. My agenda was to travel six short hours from Boulder to the desert playground of Moab, Utah - home to Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park. After shooting a sunset and sunrise, I would then travel another 4 hours to Page, Arizona - home to Antelope Canyon. Things could not have worked out any better. With temperatures plunging into the single digits, it scared all but the most committed away. On a Friday night, I was one of only 4 campers in all of Arches National Park, just outside of Moab. A notoriously overcrowded Antelope Canyon was very calm and allowed me to shoot for several hours. This area of the country holds some incredible treasures. I hope you have this on your travel bucket list someday.