ASPEN TRUNKS - A favorit shot of many landscape photographers. I have tried several myself. I like this one,. but I am still looking.
A GHOST TRUCK - It's really not a ghost truck, but it is in one of the best ghost towns... Bodie, California.
CACTUS WREN - I found this little guy hanging out in Saguaro Nation Park near Tucson, Arizona.
CATHEDRAL ROCK - Probably THE iconic rock formation in Sedona, Arizona. I have photographed it often from various location. You will run across it a few more times in my gallery.
FIVE CLAY POTS - I came upon this row of clay pots in a back room of an old mission building south of Tucson. At the time, I lived in the mid-west, and a photo of clay pots in a old mission wasn't what people there were looking for. Now that I live in the southwest, it fits right in.
HORSESHOE BEND - A unique bend in the Colorado River near Page, AZ. It’s a 1000 foot drop from the overlook down to the river.
JEDEDIAH SMITH REDWOOD PARK
LACEY - Windows are often great photo subjects. Though simple, this one had it all... color, texture in the old siding and trim and of course, the lace.
MORNING AT THE GRAND
NORTH RIM AT THE GRAND
GAMBEL'S QUAIL - This resident of the Sonoran Desert just may be the most skittish bird there is. It scatters at most any movement or sound making it very difficult to get close enough for a good photo. I got a lucky shot while traveling in Arizona.
ROADSIDE IN A POT
BALLOON OVER SEDONA
STAR SPANGLED BANNER
VIEW FROM THE SNOW BOWL
FENCE OF WHEELS
WILD GOOSE ISLAND
WHERE BUFFALO ROAM - We were in Wyoming when this fella crossed the road about 50 yards ahead of us. I stopped and got out of my car. He didn't take his eyes off me. If I took a step, he took a step back. We watched each other about half a minute before he turned and ran.
CANYON ROAD - A residence tucked among the galleries of Canyon Road in Santa Fe.
ORT OF A MONUMENT - I took this shot in White Sands National Monument in New Mexico.
"WHO'S WOODS THESE ARE?" - Jedediah Smith State Redwood Park. The only redwood park you ever really need to see. A road goes through the park for more than six miles. On this February day, I don’t remember seeing another car. “Who’s woods these are? I think I know!”
THE PALOUSE - This section of southeastern Washington state may be the most photographic agricultural area in the world; especially during the growing season. This photo was taken in the late summer after the harvest. It was still amazing.
RAINIER - The view from the visitor center in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington.
PACIFIC WAVE - My wife and I had a grand time watching some magnificent wave action along the coast of California close to Half Moon Bay.
PACIFIC MORNING - A pleasant sunrise one morning somewhere along the Pacific coast. The rock really got my attention.
PILE OF COLOR - Santa Fe is another one of those places where photographers just can’t stop pushing that button. The opportunities for wonderful photographs are endless. This shot was taken in a small street shop.
OLE' TEX - That was the name of this old truck used as a garden sculpture at the entrance to a ranch in Texas.
BEEP! BEEP! -
THE WATCHMAN - This shot was taken just as you enter Zion Canyon. Probably the most photographed location in Zion National Park.
GREEN RIVER OVERLOOK - located in Canyonlands National Park and one of my favorite locations to photograph. This view is also available in a much wider panorama shot.
ZION DOWN UNDER - Most people don't see this view because you have to hike down under an overpass to find it. This day the light was good and the reflection was a bonus.
MESA ARCH - Canyonlands National Park
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