Showing posts from June, 2018

Concentric Circles

“In photography there is a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality.” — Alfred Stieglitz While on my way to the last Moab Photography Symposium I took some side trips.   One of the places I had to visit was Bears Ears National Monument.    This venerable place is one recently brought to light by the political wrangling of certain law ‘takers’.   I thought this almost unknown area was deserving of a closer look. When I go out on a photo foray I am not only looking for the obvious photo, but one of more subtlety. True I am not prejudiced of where my camera is pointed, though it must attract my eye or call my attention.   This image caught my eye, and my attention. Not at all what I expected to capture at the bottom of this deep Utah canyon.    The weather had been unsettled for days now, and I had experienced rain, wind and hail early that morning.   Not being deterred I ventured out regardless.   The rain hadn’t quite stopped, and was actually very welcom

Muley Point

At the beginning of the month I had the privilege of attending the last Moab Photography Symposium with Bruce Hucko , Guy Tal , Colleen Miniuk-Sperry and Rafael Rojas. What an incredible and emotional experience. I took this shot on the way to the Symposium, overlooking the Goosenecks of the San Juan and Monument Valley in the distance. Some of you may be aware that I have retired from my first career, and have now moved on to focus on Photography. Keep checking in and viewing my upcoming adventures. Peace!