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Last Rays. Weavers Needle

Written on May 31, 2016 at 4:41 pm, by

Weavers Needle, Superstition Wilderness. Arizona  

Horseshoe Bend. Arizona

Written on January 14, 2016 at 2:20 pm, by

A snowy sunrise at Horseshoe Bend near Page, Arizona. HSB is part of Glen Canyon on the Colorado River, it’s an example of a formation called an “entrenched meander”. Image was taken with the Canon 17mm Tilt/Shift with a full shift left and right of center to achieve the full panoramic.

Bison bigger then BMW. Yellowstone National Park

Written on May 15, 2015 at 3:25 pm, by

That one time when a bison bigger then a BMW walked across the road in Yellowstone National Park. I have had a few “magical” moments in National Parks but this one beats them all. To be the “outsider” on his land is what National Parks are all about. Yellowstone captivated me and I can’t wait  Continue Reading »

Upper Tapeats Creek. Grand Canyon National Park

Written on October 25, 2013 at 1:02 pm, by

This past trip to the Grand Canyon was very unique in that we had major water sources all but one of five nights. (usually you are pulling water from little springs or potholes) Here is an image of Upper Tapeats Creek. Grand Canyon National Park. Day Two of our recent trip. Featured here: Thank you Grand Canyon National  Continue Reading »

Most Compelling Imagery of 2012. CNN. I’m a Finalist. Yahoooo.

Written on April 3, 2013 at 11:45 am, by

I have been waiting a freakin month for this announcement. Finally it is offical. My Haboob image has been chosen by CNN iReport as a finalist for the MOST COMPELLING IMAGERY of 2012. I am sooooooo humbled and honored to be chosen. They will announce the winner in May. Check it out:http://www.cnn.com/ireport-awards/ Click on Compelling Imagery on the  Continue Reading »

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