Few things are as magical as the presence of winter in the mountains of the Wasatch front while spring unfolds in the valleys below. At just shy of 12,000 feet, Timpanogos manages to hold on to winter a little longer than most. And the desert climate of the valleys welcome spring just a bit sooner.
NowPayson Temple has a hard time taking a bad picture, even in the hands of amateurs like ourselves. But Alan Fullmer’s photography exists at another level entirely. While we can only dream of taking a picture like this ourselves, our ability to own one on is just a few clicks away.