I n s t a n t M o a b
…the Polaroid Wizardry of Terry Knouff
Dugout Ranch – As I was walking through the luscious brush, I came upon a magnificent rock-mass. It was as if it was dug out from an old ranch. I was awestruck by it’s bodacious and prodigious sedimentary peak.
Big Oak – This big knotty oak formally cast it voluptuous shadow across the fair people east of the heart of Moab.
Head to Moab – A beloved eccentric local left me bewildered at the sight of these bohemian renditions of the Moab feel.
Primitive Loop – Walk a mile in someone else’s shoes. “That way you’re a mile away, and you have their shoes,” or so I’ve been told.
Apache Motel – Fun is only 4 blocks away.
Terry Knouff has been loving the Canyonlands country since 1979, and living in it since 1987. But his first love ) is photography. Especially instant photography, the kind the Polaroid Corporation once provided to the world. Those days are past, Polaroid went belly up, and the Canyonlands have , by some estimations, been loved to death. But life goes on, and Terry continues to find enjoyment in the Canyon Country near his home in Moab, Utah, and in the art
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