Tag Archives: Arizona

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Spider Rock Sunrise

Probably the most famous feature in Canyon de Chelly is Spider Rock […]

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Sunset over Canyon de Chelly

I was able to cross off a bucket-list item when I drove across the country to photograph Canyon de Chelly in Arizona recently […]

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Rock Pile

The making of this image was an exercise in making lemon-aid from lemons […]

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Sand Trap

On a recent trip out west to Northern Arizona, I was hiking through a slot canyon called Waterholes Canyon near Page, Arizona […]

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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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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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Mixed Light

A major benefit to the act of going back through all my images is the opportunity to find diamonds in the rough: images that I passed over for whatever reason when originally processing a shoot, but that really strike me when […]

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When reality disappoints…

My last two posts showed the beauty of a Sedona sunrise, while today’s post puts a Sunset on exhibit. When reality disappoints, the artist creates their own. The light on the rock formations at the […]

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Butte on Fire

Not long after completing¬†all the images needed for “Bell Rock and Courthouse Butte” (the subject of my last post), a hole in the clouds to the east allowed a beam of sunlight to light up […]

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