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"Cheyenne's Top 10 Photo Locations"

"Cheyenne's Top 10 Photo Locations"

If you are planning or want to plan a trip to Southern Utah to shoot photos you will not want to miss my NEWCheyenne’s TOP 10 Photo Locations” Guidebook – Southern Utah Edition. My 31 page PDF Guidebook is packed with location facts, tips, helpful photo info, color photos for each location and GPS coordinates and website links so you can be at the RIGHT place at the RIGHT time to get the RIGHT photo at 10 of my all time favorite photo locations in Southern Utah. No need to circle the Southwest wondering where to be, how to get there and when to be there, I’ve done all of the leg work for you. So why not learn from my 23 years of traveling, exploring, writing about and photographing the region – I even give you one BONUS location! All this for only $5.99!

I provide you with a diverse selection of locations, from ancient ruins to rock art near Moab to sweeping red rock scenic vistas in Arches and Canyonlands National Parks to mystical rock formations in lesser known locations and much more – everything that makes this section of Utah so magical. It’s like a Photo Workshop in a book!

Click the BUY NOW button below to purchase your copy of “Cheyenne’s Top 10 Photo Locations” Guidebook – Southern Utah Edition. Once payment is made and we are notified by PayPal the PDF will be emailed directly to you so please be sure you receive emails with attachments from You can even download the PDF to your iPad – I tell you how below.

“Cheyenne’s Top 10 Photo Locations” Guidebook – Southern Utah Edition – $5.99  (after payment is received the PDF Guidebook file will be EMAILED to you)

Got it! Wow, nice book and good info. S UT and N AZ on my schedule for mid-June. Hoping to do some night shots, so your Arches at night was great info. Now I need to find a way to get to Goblin Valley too!” – Facebook friend

Here are a few techniques to get PDF files onto your iPad. (iPad does not come with Adobe Reader.):
* If you order directly from your iPad with Safari, when the newsletter file shows up in the browser, tap the screen to get the [OPEN IN] selections and choose the iBook app or another PDF reader app. You might then want to connect to iTunes and sync with your computer.* Use iTunes as the conduit to move PDF files between your computer and the iPad—with SYNC function and USB cable.

* Transfer PDF files as file attachments in an email. Press to download and then tap file to get [OPEN IN] selection and choose the app (as above).

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