As I prepare to head-out in the morning for a trip to Grand Canyon National Park, I find myself thinking about my favorite spot on the park's South Rim...Desert View. I've spent a lot of time in and around the Desert View Watchtower. It's a place that pulls me in, it's a place that I have to [...]
Tipi and sky. Taos, New Mexico. Whether you spell it tipi, tepee, or teepee, it's a tent-like structure used by the Native American people of the Great Plains.
Schallau...it's not exactly a common last name. I'm often asked "how do you pronounce it" and since I have no idea how to spell it phonetically I thought I'd record my wife, Sally, saying it. Listen to a ".wav" file of Sally pronouncing Schallau. To download and listen to the recording: Right-click on the link above. Select "Save [...]
There's a reason Mather Point is one of the most popular points on the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park...it's an incredible view! This week's Grand Canyon Photo of the Week, titled "Canyon Mist", was created in May 2008 while perched on the rim near Mather Point on a week long visit to the [...]
For week #2 of the Grand Canyon Photo of the Week, I’m sharing an image that I created while I was the Artist-in-Residence on the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park. This image of a star-filled night sky was captured at the bottom of the canyon near Phantom Ranch shortly before the moon had [...]
I wanted to share an image I made with a student on a recent workshop here in Taos, New Mexico. This scene was created at a new location that has recently been added to my photography workshop line-up. My processing goal with this image was to convey a sense of warmth, which doesn’t always come [...]