Sometimes, the best thing about a trip is not so much the trip itself but the memories we take away with us. Because, like everything else, a trip will come to an end but the memories we make will last a life-time.
My husband’s best friend has lived in Salt lake City for the past 20 years. He knows the coolest places to visit; the best sights to see. So we got off the highway and onto a bumpy dirt road, till we came to the shores of the Great Salt Lake. We wanted to see the sunset but the sun had other plans. It hid behind the clouds and veiled itself in the summer haze.
So we made the most of what we had: sharing precious moments with a special friend; getting a kick out of the cheeky seagulls and capturing the fleeting light on the glass-like surface of the Great Salt Lake.
It was such an isolated spot; could have been such a romantic spot. Clearly, others before us had thought so too.
It was getting dark. Time to say good-bye. Time for one last photo of the Great Salt Lake.
Location: the Great Salt Lake, Salt Lake City, Utah
If you would still like to see the sunset at the Great Salt Lake, go here.