Big Announcement!

First off: A warm welcome to those people who have just stumbled upon this blog either on purpose or just by accident. I appreciate each and every one of you 😆. 

It feels like I am on a role with hitting up all of the corn mazes in both Utah County and Salt Lake County. In the last three weeks, I have been to three different mazes! Sadly, corn maze season is ending and if I wanted to get to them all, I would have to do almost two a day haha. I should probably leave some for next year though 😎. This week I went to the Crazy Corn Maze in West Jordan (wristband pictured below), with my friend Alissa. So far, this has been the trickiest corn maze. It took us well over an hour to find our way through the maze, even with us trying to follow other people who looked like they knew what they were doing! For a budget maze in Salt Lake County, I recommend it. 


Alright guys, for those who have been reading regularly, you may have noticed that I have changed the layout of the blog as well as a couple other features like a subscription link at the bottom of this page, a Shop link in the top menu and my new Instagram off to the right ▶️. If you were to follow the Shop link (and I highly suggest that you do!), then you would come to my Etsy page! There I am selling the digital download for my photos so you can print them in high resolution like I tested over the last couple weeks at my apartment. 

The pictures below aren’t up yet but will be posted later this week. I took a little trip down towards Price, Utah yesterday and had a wonderfully relaxing time 😌. At the location with the stream, I spoke with a pleasant couple out fly fishing. They have lived in the area for over 30 years and take every opportunity that they can, between April and the end of October, to fish at the exact spot I shot those pictures. It was fun for me to speak with people who get out and do what they love while finding a moment of peace and quiet away from the stresses of this modern life. They’ve been doing it for over 30 years! Moral of the story: Find where you can have peace and make a point to keep finding it as often as you can permit.

SO, if you like what you’ve seen this far, hit the subscribe button below for weekly life updates and rad photography!

Thank you for reading and viewing today 🙂 

– mitch

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