How cool is this? Sally and I had been in Flagstaff this morning running a few errands and we stopped at a gas station that we almost never use. As we were waiting to pull out into traffic, a truck pulling a dory (a wooden boat used in river trips) went by us. We see [...]
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Winter at the Grand Canyon Clouds lift off Isis Temple as the cliffs of the Grand Canyon bask in the warm glow of the light of the setting sun. This image, titled As the Storm Lifts, is available as a fine art print on traditional photographic paper and as a Luxe acrylic [...]
My latest fine art print installation, this time at the Residence Inn by Marriott in downtown Flagstaff. It's a beautiful hotel with a great staff, and the prints really compliment it quite nicely. All of the prints in this collection are from my Luxe acrylic print series. As you approach the [...]
Warm Light, Cool Water The canyon walls of Marble Canyon reflect in a pool of water deep within the narrows of Silver Grotto. Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona. This image, titled Marble Reflecting in Silver, is available as a fine art print on traditional photographic paper and as a Luxe acrylic [...]
Monsoon at the Grand Canyon The magic of the monsoon season at the Grand Canyon is something that has to be experienced first-hand to truly appreciate. The normally dry desert air becomes moist with humidity, the temperature drops, and the atmosphere fills with electricity. Storms seem to build-up out of nowhere [...]
I recently joined the Sony Imaging PRO Support program, and I must say kudos to Sony on the beautiful welcome package that they send to new members. The program is designed to provide unparalleled support to Professional Photographers. PRO Support members have access to dedicated phone and email support, expedited repair turnaround time, no out-of-pocket shipping expenses, [...]
Photographing sunrise at the Grand Canyon can be a challenging affair, and it takes many elements coming together to create a successfully image. I like to start with a location that allows me to have overlapping features in the landscape and a foreground that can catch some golden light. Next, having some clouds definitely helps, but we still need a gap [...]
The March 2015 issue of of Arizona Highways magazine is on the shelves and on page 9 is an interview I did about my obsession with the Grand Canyon. The article also includes my photo of lightning striking the Grand Canyon as rain is falling into the canyon at sunset. This photo was captured in August [...]
Sunlight breaks through a summer thunderstorm illuminating the Colorado River. Captured during the monsoon season from the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona. Title: Light on the River Date: July 2011 Camera& Lens: Canon EOS 5D Mark II & 24-105mm f/4L IS USM Exposure: 0.3 seconds at f/11, ISO 100.
Today, February 26th, Grand Canyon National Park celebrates the anniversary of its designation as a national park. So...Happy Birthday to Grand Canyon National Park, and thank you to everyone that has been a part of protecting and preserving this wonderful place! Title: Warm Summer Light Date: July 2012 Camera& Lens: Canon EOS 5D Mark III & 16-35mm f/2.8L [...]