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  • 1242,960
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  • Ribbon Falls
    One of the tallest waterfalls in the entire Grand Canyon.  You will not see this from any of the typical observation points along the rim.  This is a dedicated hike of 10 miles (round trip 20 miles) into the Grand Canyon from the North Rim.  If you're interested, it's about a 16 mile hike (one way) from the South Rim.  Happy trails. 
    634,950
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  • Double Arch
    After three unsuccessful attempts to photograph this iconic location, I was finally blessed with this magical sky, twinkling stars, and majestic clouds.
    534,800
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  • Buckskin Gulch, Utah
    This canyon, along with the connecting Paria Canyon, is one of the most spectacular hikes I ever experienced.  The surrounding massive 500 foot walls create one of the world's deepest and longest slot canyons.  This was my second trip into this vast canyon.  Each hike totaled 45 miles, and my backpack weighed in excess of 60 pounds.  The camera gear alone weighed 30 pounds.
    900,600
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  • Canyon de Chelly
    Want to know more about this photo and how dangerous it was to capture?  Read the story entitled "Taking One for the Team" found in the "information" section of this website.  Enjoy!
    1000,667
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  • Channel Islands
    600,900
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  • Arch Rock
    Don't be fooled...many people have tried identifying "Arch Rock" in Arches National Park in Utah.  On the contrary, it's located in California within the vast Joshua Tree National Park.
    900,600
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  • Red Sand Beach
    Extremely rare, but true to life.  The unique colored sand is a blend of deep dark red sand along with dark volcanic pulverized rock.  This beach sits on the eastern slope of the huge volcanic crater called Haleakula.  Similar dark black volcanic rock with red highlighs can be found throughout the vast crater.
    600,900
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  • Buckskin Gulch
    Paria Canyon: located close to the junction of Paria Canyon and Buckskin Gulch at the bordering Utah and Arizona. The sourrounding rock walls are 500 feet tall. Paria Canyon is known to be the deepest and tallest slot canyon in the United States.
    600,900
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  • Cathedral Rock, Sedona
    Red Rock Crossing is one of Sedona's favorite vacation sites to explore and photograph. The high winds created the wispy clouds, making this photo a gem.
    900,600
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  • Granite Dells
    Watson Lake in Prescott Arizona
    900,600
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  • Colorado River
    This photo was taken at a very unique location...from the North side of the Colorado River as it passes Phantom Ranch in the heart of the Grand Canyon.
    600,900
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  • Delicate Arch
    Utah's famous Delicate Arch in the early hours of the morning.
    534,800
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  • White House Ruins
    White House Ruins: very famous Native American Cliff Dwellings located in Canyon de Chelly, AZ
    900,600
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  • Stonehenge, England
    Under the columns of Stonehenge late at night.
    800,533
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  • Horseshoe Bend, Arizona
    By far, this is the most dangerous place I have taken night time photos.  Hnaging over a crumbing cliff edge at night isn't recommended.  I made sure to safely anchor myself with ropes and a harness before attempting to get this shot.
    800,533
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  • Grand Canyon
    Approximately 8 miles from the Grand Canyon's North Rim along the N. Kaibab trail.
    600,900
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  • Toad Stools, Paria, Utah
    Certainly could pass for being on Mars.  Not really, but over the years an extreme set of environmental conditions carved out these rock formations called Toad Stools.  First, a large boulder (darker in color) from the top of the mountain plunges to the lower canyon floor.  The wind and water begin to carve out a small column directly under the darker boulder.  After years of harsh weathering, the darker boulder appears to stand on a pedestle.  The colors in the photo are literal.
    1000,667
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  • Haleakala Crater
    Deep in the middle of the planet's second largest volcanic crater you will discover finely pulverized black and maroon volcanic rock.  Odd low lying rock formations dot the "other worldly" landscape in Haleakala Crater, Maui.
    600,900
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  • San Miguel Island
    On the shore of San Miguel, the most northwestern island in the Channel Islands off the California coast.
    900,600
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  • Stonehenge, England
    Here is a rare glimpse of the fallen monoliths within the innermost ring at Stonehenge, England.  The orange hue producing such interesting lighting in the sky is completely natural due to the distant city lights producing a slight yellowish-orange glow carried for miles by the clouds. 
    800,533
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  • Stonehenge, England

    Uniquely blended colors from the moon, sun, and distant village city lights make-up a spectacular night sky over Stonehenge.   Filters were not used, no photo composites, nor any other "tricks" in post-production of this image.  The only technique utilized is called painting with light, which was accomplished at the time the original image was taken.

    800,533
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  • Stonehenge
    Inspiring the human mind for thousands of years.  Stonehenge is captivating, and even more so when surrounded by the silence of the night.  This ranks among the most phenominal experiences of my career as a photographer.
    533,800
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  • Stonehenge & Moon

    Uniquely blended colors from the moon, sun, and distant village city lights make-up a spectacular night sky over Stonehenge.   Filters were not used, no photo composites, nor any other "tricks" in post-production of this image.  The only technique utilized is called painting with light, which was accomplished at the time the original image was taken.

    800,533
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Night Time Collection
Night Time Image Collection:

In the fall of 2008, I set out to create a style of night time photography that had not been created. That required actively disregarding everything I learned about composition and taking pictures. The basic components included capturing a single image at night without the use of filters, composite images, or extensive post production orchestration of the final print. I wanted to capture pin-point stars, a subtle natural blue to black color transition in the dark sky, and true and accurate colors in the foreground utilizing a technique known as painting with light. Due to the advancements in the digital cameras, my creativity and experimentation moved along with much greater ease as opposed to attempting to mastermind this process with a film based camera.


My first successful image was captured in the Superstition Mountains, which is close to 60 miles East of Phoenix, Arizona. Originally, there was an emphasis on iconic and easily recognizable locations, but as the complexity of the photos progressed, a shift was made to seek out unique subjects and destinations. For the next five years, I almost exclusively worked on mastering the techniques and images as I traveled both near and far to create an impressive collection.

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