…I was only thinking about the place, the view and how to convey the unique beauty of this canyon in my photographs. Continue reading Capitol Reef Revisited – Day 1
I know we all like to see the bright and rich colors from the flower photos, but I was curious to see what I could do with one in a monochrome. Continue reading Spring Flowers
It was June of 2015 when I first rolled into Chama…to ride the old steam train from Chama, New Mexico to Antonito, Colorado Continue reading Scenes from Chama
Since we are right at the beginning of March, I thought I would post a few shots from a trip I took to St. George, Utah … Continue reading Cactus Blooms
I would run across the tops of the dunes as fast as I could, and see how far I could jump… Continue reading Yucca Catci at White Sands National Park
US tensions with the Mormon settlers continued. In September of 1857, Mormon militia massacred between 120 to 140 pioneers on the way to California. Continue reading Camp Floyd Utah
…Think about what you can do to make that famous view yours – an image like no one else has made before.
Continue reading The Making of a Good Photograph – Part III
This post is for my followers and friends who help make my smile and keep me sane in this crazy world. To 2022! Continue reading Thank You for a Wonderful Year
While the computer algorithms in our modern cameras are quite amazing, sometimes they do get fooled.
Continue reading The Making of a Good Photograph – Part II
…by placing that subject out of the center, it also forces our eyes to move around looking for that subject. Continue reading The Making of a Good Photograph – Part I
The Mother Road was all I imagined and even more… It was not just the Mother Road; it was the Mother of Journeys. Continue reading The Mother Road – Part X
The scenery here was otherworldly…The colors are indescribably rich.
Continue reading The Mother Road – Part IX