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A Very Troublesome Image

This image drives me crazy. I want to love it and I want to hate it in equal measure. I love the S-Curve […]

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The Next Chamber

Upper Antelope Canyon is roughly shaped like an inverted ‘V’, with the top being narrow, and the bottom being wide […]

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Moonrise over Navajo Mountain

Navajo Mountain lies in the extreme southern region of central Utah, just over the border from Arizona, near Lake Powell […]

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Horseshoe Bend Sunset

This is the story of the largest image I’ve taken to date: Horseshoe Bend Sunset combines 62 51-megapixel images.

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Lower Antelope Chaos

The water-and-wind-blasted sandstone slot canyons known as Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon are home to amazing displays of warm and cool colors, […]

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A Gloomy Day

It’s been a bit gloomy here in Virginia for the last few weeks. Not that unusual for late winter/early spring, but not all that great for the soul […]

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CSX A-Line Bridge Over the James River

I took advantage of a recent trip down to Richmond to meet up with a friend and go photograph the CSX A-Line Bridge that crosses the James River near Maymont Park. As is common this time of year […]

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Desert Five Spot

In Spring of 2005, an historic wildflower bloom was experienced in Death Valley National Park due to approximately 6 inches of rain […]

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Sunrise Mist

When early-morning air temperature differs just enough from the water temperature in a pond, lake or river, you get a rising mist […]

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Reserved II

Want to see this image on your wall? All my work is for sale in either unsigned, open editions or by contacting me for signed, limited editions. The image above is the light reflecting off […]

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