Tag : Chaco Canyon

As a beginner, my photographs were terrible. In black and white film I developed myself, subjects were too far away, or I crammed too

Hikes For A Special Day Valentine’s Day is for candy, flowers, and love, right? Candlelight dinners and champagne? Sweet nothings whispered into your beloved’s

Grabby Landscapes, Ruins, and Architecture My last post presented visual storytelling tips for wildlife shooting. But what if you’re not shooting wildlife? Glad you

Chaco. To students of U.S. Archeology, that word means 4-story stone buildings before the Spaniards came to America, Great Kivas that witnessed ceremonies we

Planning a military campaign? Then you’ll understand what our last few days have been like. Do-It-Yourself Destination Wedding Planning I’m getting married in 8

There used to be a few givens for wedding planners. You set the date. Then you line up the hall or church, and a

Photographer William Henry Jackson walked behind Kin Kletso and clambered up Chaco Canyon’s North Mesa in 1877. He named previously-overlooked Pueblo Alto for its lofty