Moab Brewery Veggie Burrito and Fake Gloom

On our October anniversary vacation, Abby and I ate twice at Moab Brewery, which we like a lot despite the crowds. They have an entire menu section devoted to vegetarian food, and from it one night I ordered their legendary veggie burrito, which is made with broccoli, spinach, mushrooms, artichoke hearts, tomatoes, bell peppers, corn, walmuts and pineapple wrapped in a flour tortilla with enchilada sauce, cheddar and jack cheeses, served with veggie chili, salsa, and sour cream.

This is a mountain of vegetarian amazement.
This is a mountain of vegetarian amazement.
Also on the road, I got this very generous, very tasty chili rellenos at The Hollar in Madrid, New Mexico.
Also on the road, I got this very generous, very tasty chili rellenos at The Hollar in Madrid, New Mexico.

I thought of this today as I was editing some of the images I made on that trip, since I normally edit just the images I want for the trip report right away, then nibble away at the rest as time permits. In addition to the burrito photo, one such image was of me sitting at Delicate Arch, waiting for my camera to complete a series of high dynamic range exposure brackets. Made by a fellow hiker with my Olympus point-and-shoot camera, I liked the moment, but felt it was spoiled by lackluster light, so I ran it through PhotoMatix Pro and got a much more dramatic rendition…

You humble host watches the light change during an early morning visit to Utah's iconic Delicate Arch in October 2014.
You humble host watches the light change during an early morning visit to Utah’s iconic Delicate Arch in October 2014.
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