Back in March, after a week of shooting Monument Valley and Moab, we spent the last day heading south of Moab to Canyon Rims. We had had some rain earlier in the week but we didn't expect to drive through a snowstorm as we left the hotel. We literally could not see very far beyond the windshield. I wasn't sure if we were going to ride it out or head back to town. Fortunately, we continued on, and when we made the turn onto the long entrance road, the snow had stopped, leaving a nice blanket of white snow on the desert floor and the rock formations. The sun came out and we were blessed with scenes like this one to capture and enjoy.