After my intense post this morning on ethics, genealogists and conferences, I hope you enjoy the light relief from my about-town photos of Salt Lake City.
The Zions First National Bank is such a pretty building. I’d have liked a better shot, but time was short and traffic was tricky.
This awning on a semi-derelict building near the Hilton Hotel kept catching my eye.
Check out the faces framing the awning.
They make ’em big in the USA. My friend Sharn is dwarfed by this Ford 150.
Salt Lake Temple in Temple Square.
Collage of mountain scenery.
I made these two collages with Pic Collage, having been shown it by my new friend Laurie from Confuse the Dead (and also an FGS Ambassador). Thanks Laurie, it was as easy as you said, and good fun as well. I now have it on the iPad and the smart phone.
Socialising in Salt Lake was interspersed with serious research and learning.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this little detour from serious genealogy.
When you have less than a week to fit in four conference days, three visits to the Family History Library, and lots of socialising, there’s not much time left for actual sightseeing. I notched up some distance to-ing and fro-ing and along the way took shots that caught my eye. Here are some of them. My SLR is playing up at present so I took these with my phone camera.
View from my hotel room – isn’t it pretty?
One of the entrances to the City Creek shopping mall…just up the road.
The creek which runs through the shopping complex.
I just love fairy lights when it’s wintertime overseas. These were a mix of white and yellow.
Looks like it belongs in France to me.
Now THAT’s an Apple shop!
Abravnel Hall, Centre for the Arts. I liked the sun on the red art work and the rather Expo-ish street art.
The impressive entry to the Salt Palace Convention Centre – site of RootsTech and FGS.
Liked this quirky construction framed by the mountains.
I was surprised how quiet the streets were in SLC. You can see the Trax arriving in the centre of the road.
Do join me for Part 2 of my Incidental Sightseeing tomorrow.