My Best Photos From 2014

31 12 2014
Air protest Panorama1

Outrage over the worst air pollution in the United States drew thousands of protestors to the Utah State Capitol. Canon G12, two photographs stitched in Photoshop.



Utah Gay Marriage Protest

Gay marriage proponents and their supporters filled the Utah State Capitol rotunda. Canon G12



Colorado Mountain College culinary students

Colorado Mountain College culinary students at work during a class at the Steamboat Springs campus. Nikon D300 50mm f1.4.


Colorado Mountain College

A mannequin visits sick relatives at Colorado Mountain College’s Breckenridge campus. Nikon D700 17-35mm.



Six Feet Off the Ground

A Rhodesian Ridgeback and its handler seem to float above the floor during a dog show in Farmington, Utah. Nikon D300 50mm f1.4.


Line Coursing competition

A pair of Rhodesian Ridgebacks sprint during line coursing at a national dog show in Farmington, Utah. Nikon D700 300mm f2.8 TC20E converter.


Delle, Utah is Watching

Eyes just above the Delle, Utah exit from Interstate 80 seems to be watching. Nikon D700 70-200mm f2.8 zoom.



Double Shot Espresso is Watching

This double espresso is un-blinking. iPhone5. Photo+


Needles/ Canyonlands coffee break

Bruce Remington enjoys coffee on an October morning in the Needles District at Canyonlands National Park in southern Utah. Canon G12.



Catholic homily at the Madeline

Cathedral of the Madeleine homily by the Very Reverend Martin Diaz, Pastor. Nikon D300 50mm f1.4



July 4th, SLC downtown

Fourth of July, 2014, downtown SLC. Nikon D300 50mm f1.4



Milky Way over Saguache, CO

Milky Way over Saguache, CO. Nikon D700 17-35 mm f2.8


Oliwia in the Tipi

Oliwia in the Tipi. Canon S95



Graupel storm panorama

Graupel storm panorama, December 2014. Canon S95, two photographs stitched in Photoshop.


Xmas eve SLC panorama

Xmas eve SLC panorama, December 2014 Canon S95, two photographs stitched in Photoshop.


Snowfall on the Wasatch Front panorama

Snowfall on the Wasatch Front panorama. Canon G15, two photographs stitched in Photoshop.



A picture in search of a thousand words.™

17 03 2011

I asked creative people from all walks of life to let loose their thoughts about this image. Here’s what they saw and said.


“When you come to a fork in the road, take it.”  attributed to Yogi Berra – Allene Remington

“A road sign questions the meaning of it all. Y indeed.” – E P Kosmicki

“Why not?” – Jeri Lyn Fowles

“Warning:  Anti-Christ Ahead. Use Caution.” – Steve Kosmicki


Peace! – Lois Remington


“Y out West”  – Suzie Romig


I thought immediately of a preschool rebellion. The sign to me meant y=yellow NOT the fork in the road. It merely is an instructional sign, a la sesame street, that tells you y is for yellow. Perhaps around the corner, you would find a B on a blue sign… an R on a red sign… you get the idea. – Mary Noone


Road open to males only: Females must take the alternate X route. – Nancy Lofholm


I think it would be a great image even without the sign, but that adds whole extra level of meaning. I’m not sure I would have picked up on the Y = “why” concept without seeing your title, but it’s clever. It ties in well with the image of the road and the concept life as journey and it’s purpose. – Dave Evenson


There are always forks in the road of life… but, somewhere, in the shadows, there is an arrow that has already told you which way you are going (look to the base of the sign, at the shadow to see the arrow.) – Sallie Dean Shatz

On the road less travelled, does it really matter which fork you take? – Beth Zukowski

“Y is the question mark missing?”
The succinct metaphysical-philosophical caption could be simply:
The in-this-world activist caption could be:
and so it goes….

J Rolf Kjolseth

Y destroy this with gas drilling? or

If you have to ask, you’ll never understand. or

Existentialist crossing ahead.   – Chad Filipiski

“Decisions … decisions.”  – Pam Szédelyi

Caution, approaching Brigham Young University – Dale Sheld