An unfiltered fire hose of flaming condemnation
  • I love the blues! Very pretty.

    krissy pants (#34): Georgeous?!? that’s hilarious!

  • That is one of the biggest reasons I miss Utah! Beautiful, Dooce!

  • SEK

    That is absolutely incredible.

  • Hooray! Two new words for the day:
    Sitzpinkel and Georgeous!
    Danielle, that was very funny.
    This photo makes me happy I live where I do.

  • Wow! One of the most beautiful things I have seen in a while.

  • Wow, the sky is so blue it almost seems turqoise to me. Is that how you spell turqoise? Anyhoo, it’s beautiful. Lucky Utah.

  • Amazing colors.

  • Ana

    Excelent picture.

  • wow, that photo is gorgeous!

  • Girl A is right:

    “That starburst looks like a Giant Blinding Ass Explosion”

    I think it’s Dooce’s wishful thinking that her constipation will be ended in a display of poo fireworks that rivals the 4th of July.

  • anja

    Beautiful scenery! It’s funny, I’ve seen so many comments complimenting the camera (not only today, earlier too). I mean, it’s not as if it’s magical… Dooce would probably take good pictures with a Coolpix, too – and she has, hasn’t she?

  • i love the west.
    that photo is glorious. thanks, dooce.

  • Oh man. That’s amazing. The sky here in Chicago is gray. Like always. Sigh.

  • You know the whole gray sky in the winter is something I’ve noticed is strikingly different about Boston vs. Chicago, Cleveland, Indiana, and other places in the midwest. There are so many more sunny days during the winter in Boston than there were in Cleveland when I lived there. Chicago was somewhere in the middle.

    Moose, glad you liked it. 🙂

  • the other Paula

    Wow, very pretty. Everything is so gray and dumpy here, even the snow. Ho-hum, I hate the winter doldrums.

  • That is absolutely a gorgeous picture.

  • Beautiful Picture!

  • Oh, that is stunning. It looks so unreal…

  • Kevin

    Not to be confused with ‘Wasatch Behind’.

  • Unbelievable

  • GMM

    You get to see this regularly?! I only wish…

  • Did someone mention sitz baths? That’s hot.

    Nice pic, I wanna kiss it with tongue.

  • If my husband weren’t so against living in the same city with his mother, this pic would make me pick up and move to SLC toDAY!

  • Amazing!

  • Is that the front that dropped two feet of snow on you?

  • Wow.

  • Any chance of a full size for desktops? C’mon…I’ll put ya on the list for my kidney!!!!!!

  • Wow.

  • Wow! That picture is so breathtaking. It made me feel all warm inside.

  • Missy

    Beautiful!! It’s make you appreciate the natural beauty that surrounds us on a everyday basis.

  • Now that is a beutiful photo.

  • right-click, “Save Picture As…”, Apply as Background. whoosh, that is such a ‘georgeous’ photo. yer so lucky.

  • when does leta get her first snowboard?

  • Sarah M

    Wow…perhaps Australia isn’t so beautiful after all. That’s stunning.

  • Um, uh, ummm…are you *aware* of this character (i.e., did you give him/her permission?)???

  • Wow! That is an amazing picture. Thank you for sharing it. (Long time lurker here, first time commenter. Love your site!)

  • That photo is absolutely breathtaking. But I’m still not moving to Utah.

    And I have to say that the “Consumer Weaponry” thing cracked my shit right up. My great-granddaddy was from Murfreesborough! He got drunk at the family still and burned down the mill where he worked and thus had to move to Ohio. Or something.

  • That photo is so pretty is must be illegal in 23 states.

  • RazDreams,

    That site you put up there is pretty interesting. I took a look around and it seems to be legit. is the homepage and it ends up having lots of stories and stuff that other people have written.

    It’s really kind of cool. A neat little ‘e-zine’ almost.

    I don’t know if Dooce gave permission or not, but as I was looking through, it seems like it is a little tough to get your story submitted and accepted to be published.

    At least it’s not stealing, if she didn’t give permission.

  • Turquoise…the “q” needs a “u” after it. Oh, and Dooce — gorgeous as always. I miss the West more than can be expressed.

  • That looks remarkably like the storm I drove through on Saturday when I was driving to “Brigh-un” to have lunch with relatives who were in town to ski.

  • Police calibre sniper rifles for all! YEEEEEEEEE-HAW. Uh, yeah, right.

    Great pic though Dooce.

  • I have to say, out of all the scenery pictures that you have posted, this one is my absolute favorite. I love the contrast between cloud/sky/mountains/trees.

  • Ps. I just took a road trip from Connecticut to North Carolina and photographed Zing Zing Zingbah with something from each state. Thought you might enjoy:

  • jessa

    Boo-Bah, Rifles, poop, Dooce Masthead… what is all this non sensikal talk when there are more important things at hand?!

    …Beautiful shot Dooce!

  • Amazing photo. Have you ever considered using some sort of print services to offer some of these photos (the nature/landscape ones, not the personal ones) for purchase? Just another income stream potential!

  • The funny thing is I laughed out loud about that.. the sad thing is I go to college in Murfreesboro..

  • Quit frontin’.

  • Oh yeah.. the photo.. previous post about main blog… I love your landscape shots the best I think. It’s gorgeous.

  • I keep reading the same questions over and over…I wish the Dooce FAQ would list some of the most asked questions.
    Not that it would stop people from still asking.
    -No she doesn’t care if we talk about random crap on the comment board.
    -Yes once a week someone suggests we start a message board.
    -Yes, we have suggested T-Shirts.
    -Yes, we have suggested she write a book
    -Yes we have suggested she sell her pictures.
    -Yes we have suggested she Ebay all the stuff that people thing is the coolest thing in the world (and no, we won’t be finding the dog or the baby…AND NOT THE HUBBY on Ebay)

    *sigh* Fuck, it’s Sunday. That means tomorrow is Monday.


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Hi. I’m Heather B. Armstrong, and this used to be called mommy blogging. But then they started calling it Influencer Marketing: hashtag ad, hashtag sponsored, hashtag you know you want me to slap your product on my kid and exploit her for millions and millions of dollars. That’s how this shit works. Now? Well… sit back, buckle up, and enjoy the ride.

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