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Just returned from a marvelous road trip to southern Utah with my friend Steve who I am mentoring in photography. We drove 6 hours and spent the first three nights in Page which we used as our base camp for … Continue reading
May 8, 1970, the Beatles unleashed Let It Be to the world. It was an instant success, a profound message, and a beautiful song. But what does it really mean to let something or someone BE? And, how good are … Continue reading
The one obvious exception is the human. Sorry, but there is absolutely no comparison between the beauty of a woman and a man.
Sometimes nature provides a rare glimpse of exceptional beauty, but it takes some planning and discipline to capture it. Being in the right place at the right time with all the necessary tools is the demanding part of the equation. … Continue reading
“A hoodoo (also called a tent rock, fairy chimney, and earth pyramid) is a tall, thin spire of rock that protrudes from the bottom of an arid drainage basin or badland. Hoodoos consist of soft sedimentary rock topped by harder, less easily-eroded stone that protects each column from … Continue reading
Looking at things differently always changes its impact and meaning. Here is a view of Sabino Canyon’s Thimble Peak from a perspective rarely seen. Sabino Canyon Vista
Sometimes nature delightfully surprises us. This shot juxtaposes a desert cholla against a snow brushed Sabino Canyon Thimble Rock More photos can be seen HERE
One of the best ways to experience nature is becoming involved in wildlife photography. For most wildlife photographers, that means focusing on shooting birds since other forms of animals are much rarer and difficult to spot. Wildlife photography gets you … Continue reading
One of the many benefits of becoming a grandfather, is that I get to view nature through the eyes of my grandson where everything is much bigger and filled with wonderment.