No, I don't mean the paint, but rather the subject. I spent the morning painting up in Big Cottonwood Canyon in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah. Easy access to Big Cottonwood Canyon from the Salt Lake Valley is both a blessing and a curse. I love that I can be up in this beautiful wilderness in just fifteen minutes, I hate they everybody else can too. I decided to go painting by the Mill B trailhead, there are some spots on Big Cottonwood Creek there that I wanted to paint. Even though I got there just after 8:00 AM the main trailhead parking lot was already full with a long line of cars parked on the shoulder. Luckily the upper, overflow parking lot still had spaces. I guess I'm going to have to get out there even earlier in the future.