A Day in the Life

A Photoblog by Joel

At a cabin in Kamas

January 20, 2019

We had a fun opportunity to spend a night at a cabin up in Kamas with Alicia’s family this past weekend. A huge winter storm had just wrapped up before we left so we were greeted with several feet of snow up there. It was so beautiful! And so cold. And so fun.

It was cold. It was snowy. It was a cabin in the mountains. What else could you ask for in January?
A long exposure on a cold winter night.
I was really hoping for a clear sky so I could get some really awesome star photos but alas, it was overcast and even though I took this long exposure in the dark of night it just looks like the afternoon.
I saw some cars coming down the road so I quickly set down my camera for along exposure. I thought it had finished and picked it up. It hadn’t finished.
Putting a kid-sized table around a support pole is a pretty great idea.
These two played with each other all weekend – so cute! Here they are wearing their backpacks and going to school together.
Esme. Elle. Isaac. Born ~4 weeks apart.
Puzzles are a fun business for Laura and Kate.
Puzzles are serious business for Alicia and Jen.
A snowy morning on the banks of the Provo River in Kamas, Utah on the way to the Wolf Creek Pass
On Saturday morning I got up early with the sun rise and went for a walk down the road alongside the Provo River.
Everyone loves breakfast. Except Kate.
Saturday morning found us all outside playing the snow, climbing around getting stuck, and having snowball fights.

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