When the sun begins to fade, the reds revert to orange, the greens turn richer and the cacophony of nature rises.Read More
Zion National Park
Easily accessible but still rarely visited, the Court of the Patriarch is my new favorite place for a quick escape or an outdoor yoga session.Read More
Visitors to shuttle stop #7 have a tough choice between Hidden Canyon, Weeping Rock and the Overlook Trail. I finally managed to make time to visit this one.Read More
The nights here are loud with the sounds of nature and when the moon is anything more than a sliver, the whole of the place is radiant.Read More
Very soon after my arrival in Zion National Park, we had a humdinger of rainstorm. The after-show was epicRead More
Yes, I love shooting the landscape around my home but I sure do miss creating portraits. Thankfully, the Beversdorf/Johnson sisters were up for an experimental shoot.Read More
What a way to enter a state! The oranges and reds that greeted me as I enter Utah in the early morning were stunning. I was a bit behind schedule but I HAD to stop for a bit to fly the drone.Read More
I arrived, checked in and immediately hit the trails! Even though my initial tour only lasted a couple hours and I barely scratched the surface of what could be seen, I can already tell that I'm going to have a blast hiking, seeing, capturing imagery and exploring this place.
My brief journey to me to the Temple of Shinawava, The Narrows, Weeping Rock, and Emerald Pool but those are just a few of the easiest to access trails and sites. If you want to learn more about the spots and all the cool things here, visit the NPS site for the park or for the Zion Lodge.
Tucked away in plain sight, 100 ft from the road but they still seem hidden, these awesome artifacts of Southwest history show images of what our forebearers saw … and did.Read More
The clouds gathered and gained strength. When they released, the whole canyon shook with torrential rains, strong cracks of thunder and whipping winds. Afterwards ... pure beauty!Read More
Angel's Landing is often rated as one of the very best hikes in America. I can see why!Read More
All is well but living in the canyon means less-than-ideal internet and cell service. A small price to pay to be around this much beauty.Read More
My new home in Zion National Park will fill my days with photographic opportunities and challenges that shall keep me quite busy. I'm up for the challenge. Wanna follow along?Read More