one day at a time…
Friday, 03 September 2004

Start Where You Are & Start Now!
CREDIT: © Robert F. Riberia/UtahRedRocks.com
WHERE: Bryce Canyon, Utah, USA. WHAT: inspirational reflection on life & happiness.
MAP: Bryce Canyon. Thumbnails [1][2][3][4][5] pop-up larger images.
Bryce Canyon 1 © Robert F. RiberiaBryce Canyon 2 © Robert F. RiberiaBryce Canyon 3 © Robert F. RiberiaBryce Canyon 4 © Robert F. RiberiaBryce Canyon 5 © Robert F. Riberia
It has been rather too long since we featured a Robert F. Riberia picture from his UtahRedRocks.com web site. In early August of this year, Robert and his wife Rhonda rose in the pre dawn hours to the accompaniment of the Perseid Meteor Shower. They were off on a camping trip to Bryce Canyon, and afterwards Robert wrote:
Southern Utah really inspires me. It makes me get up in the middle of the night to watch meteor showers, it forces me to hike many miles through the desert to reach a certain viewpoint, and more than anything, it seems to make me ponder the grand significance of it all.

All of the photos on this page were taken last week at Bryce Canyon National Park. I've been exploring southern Utah for nearly 20 years, but the scenery can still knock me off my feet. It was so painfully beautiful while taking these photos that my heart nearly pounded out of my chest. After the intensity of the experience finally settled down, it all began to sink in. And once again, it made me start to think about life.
Visit Robert to read that page, and learn how he has achieved happiness in his own life through 'living with no regrets', and his thoughts on how anyone might be able to do the same. It starts where you are, and it starts now!

If you enjoyed these pictures, you may also enjoy the photo presentation with a growing number of spectacular jaw dropping images from the Desert Southwest area. Look out for the Island in the Sky pictures taken with accompanying desert fog.

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Jules Laforgue (1860-1887)
"Ah! que la vie est quotidienne."
Oh, what a day-to-day business life is.
'Complainte sur certains ennuis' (1885)