Tagged: ©Larry N. Olson

Photographer helped save Opal Creek

The Statesman Journal today published an article on how my 1989 photograph of Opal Creek was instrumental in designating the area as the Opal Creek Wilderness and Opal Creek Scenic Recreation Area (over 34,000 acres combined). Zack Urness writes…”Olson bushwhacked up Opal Creek for five days, making pictures as he went…. the picture he captured []


Light After the Storm

Celine, my wife, wrote the story below for one of my clients, whose son is recovering from cancer. The clearing storm with its splashes of sunlight resonated with her and she thought it would be an appropriate gift for him in his recovery… “In Mt. Rainier National Park on September 2013, this image was taken at sunset as the []


Protect Cedar Mesa, Utah

Utah Legislators may drill and mine at these Ancestral Ruins The Cedar Mesa cliff dwellings are currently unprotected, anyone can approach these Ancestral Puebloan ruins. Some are there to embrace them, but some have chosen to deface them. Having just returned from 10 days in Cedar Mesa, I am convinced that this area should be []