Crested Butte Sunrise Sunrise over Mt. Crested Butte and Peanut Lake. Crested Butte, Colorado. For those of you interested in the technical details, I used a Canon EOS 5D mark II and Canon TS-E 24mm f/3.5L Mark II tilt-shift lens. I used a little forward tilt for depth-of-field and a Singh-Ray 3-stop Reverse [...]
Inside the Dandelion I'm working on several new Black & White galleries, but I'm not quite ready to display all the images, but here is a sneak peek. Inside the Dandelion was photographed in my yard last summer.
Ribbon Falls, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. I spent several hours at this location deep within Grand Canyon, below the rim, alone...it was wonderful. See this image of Ribbon Falls in the Grand Canyon, and more like it, in the Grand Canyon II gallery to purchase a fine-art print or license it.
A fog bow over the Very Large Array in southwestern New Mexico. Fog is a rare occurrence in the normally dry air of the American Southwest, which is why I was so freakin' excited when I photographed the Very Large Array rising up out of it. You can only image my excitement as the sun [...]
Aspens near Crested Butte, Colorado It was reported to be a tough year to find good fall color in Colorado, but I'm actually quite happy with the color this year. This image is of aspens on Ohio Pass near the town of Crested Butte.
What do you get when you mix a dozen kids, the Grand Canyon, and photography? A really great time! This past July I spent some time at Grand Canyon National Park, taking pictures of course, but I also had the opportunity to work with a great group of kids from Arizona that were there on a [...]
Intruder I was going to title this image "The Streaker", but "Intruder" seemed more appropriate. Photographed using a long shutter speed and moving the camera during the exposure.
Pre-dawn at Factory Butte. Hanksville, Utah. There's nothing like spending a night camping on the flatlands that surround Factory Butte. Waking well before sunrise to capture the first hint of light striking the badlands is something I'll never forget.
Wildlife such as Mule Deer and Elk are a common sight on the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park, unfortunately many of these wild animals have become accustomed to tourists and thus appear to have lost their natural fear of humans. We, the humans, seem to pickup on this and become increasingly more brave (or stupid) [...]
This Saturday, October 16th, the New Mexico Land Conservancy (NMLC) will be having their Annual Fall Gathering at the Petchesky Ranch. Jack Loeffler will speak on "Watersheds as Commons." We will be offering gourmet BBQ and music by local greats, the Santa Fe All-Stars. The event will also feature a silent auction which includes a Limited Edition [...]