Columbine - Aquilegia caerules From a recent outing to the mountains surrounding Crested Butte, Colorado to photograph this year's magnificent wildflower display.
Rio Grande River near Pilar, New Mexico I created this photograph yesterday evening. It's a favorite spot along the Rio Grande near the tiny village of Pilar, New Mexico. I'm struggling with creating a title and would love to hear your thoughts. What (if anything) does this photo do for you? Interested in [...]
Delicate Desert Sometimes the best place to look for a photo is in 10 feet from your front door.
Wheeler Peak Another photo from my outing into the Wheeler Peak Wilderness this past weekend. This time it's Wheeler Peak reflecting in Williams Lake. At 13,161 feet above-sea-level, Wheeler Peak is the highest point in the state of New Mexico.
Wheeler Cascade I spent yesterday afternoon traipsing around the Wheeler Peak Wilderness with some good friends in search of wildflowers and waterfalls. We didn't find much in the way of flowers (yet), but the streams and waterfalls are really gushing despite the fact that a majority of New Mexico is currently hot and [...]
Little House Abandoned on the Plains I wonder who lived here, what their life was like (I can only imagine the difficulties in living on the high-plains of New Mexico), and when did they abandon their home?
Into the Dream II Wow...what an amazing place! That was my first thought upon entering the Coyote Buttes and the Wave. Mother Nature was really cut -loose here and allowed to mold, form and sculpt her wildest creation any way she saw fit. With only 20 people a day allowed to visit, permits [...]
Waves of Stone The 2nd Wave of Coyote Buttes North. Vermilion Cliffs National Monument, Arizona.
The Guardian Wahweap Hoodoos, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in southern Utah.
At the end of a 61-mile dirt road, of which you spend 30 minutes driving the final 5 miles, you'll find Toroweap. Standing on the edge, a 3,000 foot drop to the Colorado River below, the canyon's rim above you. There is no other place like Toroweap.