Showing posts from January, 2021

Red Mountain Fog in Landscape Photography Magazine

 I was surprised to find a feature in this month's Landscape Photography Magazine .  I made this image a few years back, and submitted the story to the magazine a year ago.  Nice job Wade!  Thanks.

The best 20 of '20

 Another year is in the books now. What a year.  Business wise, it sucked. I might get more into that in another blog post.  At least I look back at my own blogs and remember the good times, adventures and experiences that I've enjoyed in my life.  Photographically speaking I've had a swell time making images. This rotten pandemic has given me some extra time to get out into nature and create some experiences a little closer to home.  I'm lucky to have some of the most beautiful places in the world to explore. Also some of the most remote.  I'm okay with that, since making money isn't the primary reason I practice photography. It really is about the experience, and coming back with a photo I love is just icing on the cake. This year started off exploring Sycamore Canyon in the winter, then chasing Neowise comet, hanging out at the North Rim during the monsoon (the one), looking for fall leaves, exploring the ruins and canyons of Cedar Mesa, and tromping around some