The Independent is inviting photographers—both locally and beyond—to submit photo essays. Themes and topics are up to you. Contact our Photo Editor Dallas Hyland at dallas@suindependent.com to pitch your idea or submit an already shot essay.

Here, our own señor jefe, Josh Warburton, captured some photos close to his home in Springdale, Utah, where the hints of winter in Zion National Park are becoming more frequent. Enjoy.

All photos by Josh Warburton, Publisher Southern Utah Independent.

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Dallas Hyland is a professional technical writer, freelance writer and journalist, award-winning photographer, and documentary filmmaker. As a senior writer and editor-at-large at The Independent, Hyland’s investigative journalism, opinion columns, and photo essays have ranged in topics from local political and environmental issues to drug trafficking in Utah. He has also worked the international front, covering issues such as human trafficking in Colombia. His photography and film work has received recognition as well as a few modest awards and in 2015, he was a finalist for the Mark of Excellence Award from the Society of Professional Journalists. Based in southern Utah, he works tirelessly at his passion for getting after the truth and occasionally telling a good story. On his rare off-days, he can be found with his family and friends exploring the pristine outdoors of Utah and beyond.