Trip Reports

South Rim, Toroweap, and Zion

Two weeks, three states, two national parks, seven Desert Bighorn Sheep, 1,724 miles, getting stuck sixty miles from the nearest paved road, one dropped camera, and countless friends. That was our recent trip to Grand Canyon and Zion National Parks. As I'm getting ready to hit the...

A visit to Chaco Canyon

A place far from the modern, civilized, world. A place of extremes with brutally frigid winters and scorching hot summers. A place that was once inhabited by the Ancestral Puebloans and was perhaps the trade and spiritual center of their world. A place called Chaco. Located...

A Winter Morning in the Forest

You never know what kind of weather you are going to encounter when visiting Grand Canyon National Park. This past March I made a trip to the canyon to deliver a print that is now displayed in the Park Headquarters, but I also planned to...

Cypress on the Guadalupe River

Sally and I made a trip to Texas over the Thanksgiving holiday to visit family in the San Antonio area. While we were there, we had an opportunity to spend some time exploring the Guadalupe River near the town of Comfort. I love the Guadalupe...