Spring flowers, Cowboys driving long horn cattle, great scenery and wild horses all in one photography workshop. What a great way to spend a week in March. Arizona spring Cowboys, wild flowers and wild horses Join us in March
The monsoon season in Monument Valley can produce the most dramatic images to be taking by Landscape photographers. Join me for this great workshop
Monument Valley. Probably one of the most photographically familiar places in the west thanks to so many movies being made there. I get to go there a couple of times a year and the place never grows boring. There are so many new angles on familiar scenes to explore I doubt if I will ever … Continue reading
Wild Horses, Monument Valley. They walk in the shadow of the Navajo people and this special place.
Blood Moon over Wickenburg Arizona So what is a Blood Moon? During the eclipse the sunlight striking the moon turns red from passing through the earths atmosphere just like a sunset. Simple enough,for me anyway. It was fun to be out shooting the moon except for getting up at 3AM. Thankfully, Mickey D’s was open … Continue reading
Wildflower Alert——–Arizona Every few years the fall and winter storms line up to give us a truly amazing wildflower bloom in the desert southwest. It looks from recent observations this will be one of those years. We had the rain in the fall to germinate the seeds, the soil was still damp … Continue reading
I hope you have all had a good holiday season. It was a busy one for us. We left home the day after Thanksgiving for the Cowboy Christmas show in Las Vegas and only returned to Arizona for two days during the next six weeks. It was fun (sometimes), cold, warm, snowy, dry, tiring and … Continue reading
I have had a crazy schedule this spring with Slot Canyons, Monument Valley, CanyonLands, Arches, Sedona and the Grand Canyon all one on top of the next. Luckily I get 3 days before heading off to Rock Spring an Wild Horses. Maybe after I finish there I will actually have time to look at some … Continue reading
The best thing about desert storms is the light before and after the storm. The problem is know where to be when the light is right. There is no way to beat having been to a place many times before, but if you haven’t had that luxury get out your maps and get in position … Continue reading
This fast moving rain/dust storm over Lake Powell gave my workshop some great photos but the most fun was just trying to keep ourselves upright in the accompanying wind.