Category : Landscape photography

Why you’re out there – Winter sunrise at Hardware Ranch Wildlife Management Area, Utah Better Living Through Chemistry I had a chemistry set when

Merry Christmas to everyone – stay warmer than we did. Pat and Daisy in Durango snow Sloppy Durango Downtown Durango was a sloppy mess

Cameras love grey. 18% Grey and Texture Challenges No, not that featureless non-color halfway between black and white, the average light it reflects. Your

He’s at it again. Every year, he tells friends this is the last time, but his front yard and house are always amazingly festive

I wanted to scoop more shots at Petroglyph National Monument’s lonely Mesa Prieta, at the knife-edge of a 17-mile rockfall with 20,000-plus petroglyphs. But

You’ve heard of Yellowstone. And you may be able to point to California’s Mono Lake and the Long Valley Caldera on a map. But

0 Dark-Thirty Morning Wakeup The alarm went off at 4:00 am. But I knew it was worth it, so I jumped groggily out of

If you’ve ever flown to New England in September, you’ve heard it. Everyone’s talking about ‘The Foliage’. I first encountered the audibly-capitalized phrase after

Three Days Up An unexpected event left us with a great house in Montana – and a need to travel 1200 miles fast, through

Montana was calling. I was a 6 year-old kid when my father lost the 1962 election for Missoula County Attorney. I had enjoyed most