Hells Canyon is quite remote, encompassing over 214,000 acres of wilderness with only a small portion accessible by vehicle… Continue reading Highway to Hell
…At one time this area was a nasty place to be – the middle of incredibly huge lava flows. Continue reading Snake River Desolation
…Imagine seeing John, Paul, George and Ringo here playing live among the rocks! Continue reading Rocky Mountain High
Somewhere near the rocky shoreline is a new hand-painted lure caught between some rocks just under the water… Continue reading Lake Amistad National Recreation Area
When visiting mother nature, just keep your eyes open and be prepared to enjoy whatever comes your way.
…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