Not only is Utah's Kodachrome State Park a place of incredible beauty, with vivid colors and stone chimneys, like so much of Utah, it's a realm where cattle are free to roam the range. Within the park is one especially spectacular chimney which stands solitary in an open field. It's height - an amazing 170 feet tall. Recent rains, and deep ruts carved into the surrounding dirt road, weren't the only obstacle to getting a closer look. Several cows lounging in the middle of the path, seemed reluctant to move. And, at one point seemed to think the red hue of my car was perhaps familiar to that of a toreador's cape! However, once the bovines were encouraged to road's edge, we moved the few feet ahead and enjoyed this amazing sight!
Chimney Rock - Kodachrome State Park, Utah (170 feet tall)
Road through Kodachrome State Park, Utah
Free Range Cattle - Kodachrome State Park, Utah
Kodachrome State Park, Utah
Kodachrome State Park - Utah (That's cemetery stones faintly seen in the distant grass)
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