Born and raised in Salt Lake City, Steve Greenwood has chronicled the city’s growth, beauty and history against the magnificent backdrop of the Wasatch Mountains as well as capturing the diverse scenic beauty of Utah for more than 35 years. His ability to showcase popular landmarks in new and interesting ways is why Chambers of Commerce, state travel and tourism offices and national and local publishers alike have featured his photos in countless books, posters, magazines, calendars and postcards. Steve takes an enjoyment in capturing an image that moves him and others that view it.
Utah/National Parks This is a view of the red rock formations in the Silent City area of the Bryce Amphitheater in Bryce Canyon National Park, Garfield County, Utah, USA. This spectacular view with a fresh dusting of snow looks northeast from Inspiration Point and shows Boat Mesa prominent in the center of the frame. Utah/National Parks In this shot the reflected sunlight causes the red rock (and white rock) formations to glow, as seen from the Queens Garden Trail in Bryce Canyon National Park, Bryce Canyon City, Garfield County, Utah, USA. This view looks southwest from the trail near the rim of the canyon. Bryce Canyon National Park, one of five National Parks in Utah, is an amazing collection of intricate red rock spires and hoodoos interspersed with pine forest. Scenic Utah/National Parks In this shot the late-afternoon sun lights up "The Castle" formation, the signature formation of Capitol Reef National Park near Torrey, Utah. The cottonwood trees along the Freemont River are starting to show the colors of the fall season. This view is visible from Utah Highway 24, the "Capitol Reef Country" Scenic Byway that follows the Fremont River through the park. Steve_Greenwood_Farmington Bay WMA-Farmington Utah-sunset 12-16 SG2865 Farmington Bay WMA-Farmington Utah-Sunset Scenic Utah In this view the clouds cast fast-moving shadows on Fisher Towers, a red rock formation in the Professor Valley area northeast of Moab, Utah. This series of sandstone towers are a popular photographic subject as well for its rock climbing routes. This view looks northeast from Highway128, the Upper Colorado River Scenic Byway. National Parks This is a view of Mount Moran, a prominent mountain in the Teton Range, as seen from the Oxbow Bend on the Snake River in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. This spectacular park is located near Jackson, Wyoming to the south and Yellowstone National Park to the north. It is known for its breathtaking views such as this as well as for viewing wildlife such as moose, elk, bison, bear and others. Grand Teton National Park, as we know it now, was established in 1929 by President Franklin Roosevelt. Scenic Utah In this shot the clouds boil up over Hayden Peak on the north slope Uinta Mountains about 35 miles northeast of Kamas, Utah. The mountain reflects in a small lake at the Highline Trailhead near the Mirror Lake Scenic Byway and Marsh Marigold wildflowers are in the foreground. At 12,480 feet, Hayden Peak is a landmark visible from all around this area. Scenic Utah This is a view of Mount Ogden as seen from the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge to the northwest. This is a view of the western side of this landmark mountain East of Ogden, Weber County of northern Utah. Salt Lake City/Utah In this shot the setting sun casts a red glow on the clouds above downtown Salt Lake City, Utah and the Wasatch Mountains in the distance as the evening lights come on. This view looks southeast from the west side of the city. Scenic Utah This is a late afternoon view of Table Cliff Plateau in Dixie National Forest in Garfield County, Utah, USA. This view looks northeast from the Bryce Point area of Bryce Canyon National Park in southwestern Utah. Powell Point, at the end of the plateau, is obscured by the clouds of a clearing storm.