Recently took a six night trip down the Green River through Labyrinth Canyon in Utah with a great group of friends. This stretch of the Green runs from near the town of Green River to the boundary of Canyonlands National Park and is aptly named as it carves an unescapable canyon through the desert. The sheer walls of the canyon offer a great backdrop and some varying weather conditions provided some dramatic skies to shoot.
This section doesn’t have any rapids, but packing a dry boat is still just as important as we ran into multiple rainstorms while on the river. Keeping camera equipment dry while also keeping it accessible to shoot while floating had been a challenge I have been working through for years. I’ve owned a Watershed dry duffle bag for a while and recently purchased the padded liner and compartments that is a great size for protecting my 2 camera bodies, 3 or 4 lenses and accessories.