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January 2015

Arizona Highways Magazine – January 2015

2015-06-24T09:26:31+00:00

The January 2015 issue of Arizona Highways magazine has my photo of Wotans Throne shedding a blanket of clouds in the moments leading up to sunset. You can find the photo on pages 6 & 7. This photo was captured in August 2014 from Cape Royal on the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona. I [...]

SYDNEY OPENING

2015-01-04T19:24:21+00:00

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LONDON OPENING

2015-01-04T19:22:25+00:00

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December 2014

Grand Canyon Chasing the Sun

2015-06-24T09:28:10+00:00

The Colorado River has been and is a major force when it comes to shaping the Grand Canyon, and yet the river is only visible from a few select points along the rim of the canyon. Still hard at work, the river has dug a deep channel and is often obscured from view by the [...]

September 2014

Horseshoe Bend, The Edge of Autumn

2015-06-24T09:28:59+00:00

Standing on the edge of the Horseshoe Bend overlook 1000 feet above the Colorado River is a rush. The river, meandering below,  reflects the deep blues of the sky above as the first rays of the morning sun paint the distant canyon wall in hues of gold and red. At my feet are the first signs of autumn. [...]

A.J. Gets His Wish thanks to Make-A-Wish and Treehouse Masters

2015-06-24T09:30:35+00:00

This past August, my wife Sally and I had the privilege of photographing a very special event. Just down the street from us here in Flagstaff, Arizona, is an 8-year old boy named A.J., who  has spinal muscular atrophy. Being like many other young boys, A.J. likes to get out and explore, but being confined [...]

Grand Canyon – Electric Sunset

2015-06-24T09:31:37+00:00

Sitting on the rim of the Grand Canyon. Sunlight strikes the cliffs and warms the rocks as a gentle breeze spills over the rim into the canyon. In the distance is the faint sound of the rushing waters of the mighty Colorado River, still hard at work carving the grandest of canyons. It's moments like this [...]

Grand Canyon – Distant River

2015-06-24T09:33:35+00:00

Sitting on the rim of the Grand Canyon. Sunlight strikes the cliffs and warms the rocks as a gentle breeze spills over the rim into the canyon. In the distance is the faint sound of the rushing waters of the mighty Colorado River, still hard at work carving the grandest of canyons. The Grand Canyon can [...]

Grand Canyon – Silence After the Storm

2015-06-24T09:35:35+00:00

Standing on the rim as a storm clears. A cool mist falls upon me as the warm sun sets on the distant horizon. The silence is interrupted only by the whisper of the wind howling through the cracks and crevices in the land of stone far below. Thank you to Arizona Highways Magazine for printing [...]

July 2014

Team Work – The Thunderbirds Calypso Pass

2015-06-24T09:34:21+00:00

In an aerial display featuring precision flying, the USAF Air Demonstration Squadron "The Thunderbirds" demonstrate the team work needed to perform a near perfect 'Calypso Pass' at the 2011 Aviation Nation Airshow at Nellis AFB in Las Vegas. In this photo they are flying the F-16C Block 52 Fighting Falcon, also known as the Viper. [...]