Snowboarder catching air this January.
The poor guy whose job it is to clean up the mess visitors leave on the beach on Antelope Island.
Mom and daughter (I’m making an assumption) headed back from the Great Salt Lake shore.
Swimmers attempting to swim in the Great Salt Lake. This is not an easy task since the lake can be up to 3 times as salty as the ocean. This not only makes one a lot more buoyant, but the salt can sting every orifice and cut or scratch on the body. This can be a benefit since it can cure any infected cut or scratch. The other problem is that the lake is 33’ deep at it’s deepest, so to get in enough water to even try real swimming, you have to walk quite a ways out.