Utah has one of the most diverse landscapes in the world. From beautiful mountain forests and lakes to white, sparkling salt flats to incredible red-rock formations and everything in-between. Some of the most unique landscape formations are found in the orange-red sandstone “hoodoos” of Goblin Valley. From inside the park, the goblins are impressive to look at and offer endless opportunities for hiking and photography. However, the only way to see their true expanse and variety is from the air. A few weeks ago we flew a photo mission to Goblin Valley, which lies on the southern edge of the San Rafael Swell, and photographed this unique and impressive area.
Here are a few photographs from the flight. To see all the images from this flight, including photographs of Factory Butte, click on this link: Goblin Valley Aerial Photography