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Gunlock Reservoir Sunset
Photo By Becky Workman

  • Title: Gunlock Reservoir Sunset
  • State/Province/Region: Utah
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Gunlock Reservoir Recreation area
  • Nearest Town: St. George
  • Brief Directions: Go Northwest of St. George thru Santa Clara and Ivins on Highway 91. Take the fork in the highway to the north just past the Shivwits Indian Reservation and drove northwest about 7 miles.
  • Best Season: Summer
  • Description: This photo was taken on the south side of the Gunlock Reservoir from the damn. The evening was stormy, leaving very few minutes to catch this sunset before the rain exploded.
  • Gear: Canon Eos Rebel T2i, 17mm f22 exposure 1/6
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