Moab Action Shots


Moab Action Shots
Moab Action Shots is listed in the Photo Finishing category in Moab, Utah. Displayed below is the only current social network for Moab Action Shots which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Moab Action Shots on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 74.

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331 N Main St
Moab, UT 84532
(435) 259-8086
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Moab Action Shots added 17 new photos.
It's a little rare for us to single out a guide in order to bestow some prestigious honor upon them, elevating them to a place above that of mere mortals, but were making an exception in the case of David Belnap. Although he had some strong competition this year from several Tag-A-Long Guides, and even some of his fellow guides at World Wide River Expeditions, we're afraid he won the vote hands down for 2016 Showman of the Year. The first shot seen here, for example, was a gut-wrenching reenactment of the powerful scene from The Lion King where Rafiki (a Mandrill, by the way, for those wondering if he was a Baboon, Gibbon, or what exactly) lifted young Simba into the air, reaffirming his destiny to be the future king of the pride. We know that, like us, you'll probably find David's interpretation of the scene to be even more emotionally powerful than the movie version, despite his co-star looking more like a monkey than a lion cub, but hey, it's all about the art baby! Thanks for a great season, David! We really enjoyed having you on the river!

Moab Action Shots added 5 new photos.
When it comes to cool rides, we always appreciate the unique and unusual. We felt like this set of wheels fell under that category, so we had to stop, inquire, and snap a few shots of this 2013 Morgan 3-Wheeler. It speaks of British motor history, with it's retro design and trimmings, and the American made S&S V-Twin engine is estimated to go from zero to sixty in 4.5 seconds, which ain't too bad. The owner of this fine piece of machinery was an English chap named Richard, who had the vehicle shipped here from the UK for a twenty-one day coast to coast trip. He's got a cool website/blog where he shares his adventures exploring various parts of the world on his Morgan. Here's a link to his site for those interested.

Moab Action Shots added 6 new photos — with Mike Jensen and Tracey Lemon.
We had a little fun last night on an overnighter, which we combined with work today. We were a little tired after a late evening, considering we didn't shove off from the ramp until after 10:00 PM, but no worries, the moon was almost full. Naturally, we had to take a few shots this morning while working.

Moab Action Shots with Jason Reese.
You could say that Jason Reese has been rocking it a little bit for the Moab Jett. Rocking it a whole lot would be more accurate, however. Go man, go!

Moab Action Shots added 7 new photos.
We were very glad to see Wild West Voyages out with an AM kayak trip on this rather quiet Friday in October. One of their guests was a fantastic stand up paddle boarder from Key West. This dude was seriously good on his board. Everyone made a great run through the rapid, really. We love little boats! And we definitely enjoyed having them hang out for a bit. Yaaaaahooooo, Wild West! We hope you had a terrific first season.