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Fremont Apparition

Fremont Apparition

I knew it had been a while since I last posted, but I just now realized how long it has been.  It’s time to play catch up and I have several images and stories to share as well as a new personal photo project, all of which I will announce in separate posts...
Valley of Fire | Fire Wave

Valley of Fire | Fire Wave

Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada is a fascinatingly beautiful place that sits just off the Western edge of the Colorado Plateau.  Deep erosion coupled with the uplifting of older rock layers to the West have revealed a beautiful array of color and geologic...
From My Front Porch

From My Front Porch

Just thought I would share my gratitude amongst many other things for this amazing earth our Heavenly Father has blessed us with.  This is an image I took a few days ago while standing right on my own front porch.  I’m so grateful to live in such a beautiful...
Lower Antelope Revisited

Lower Antelope Revisited

This was my second visit to this iconic canyon in 2015 … Some places just beg to be revisited.  On this occasion I wanted to share this place with my brothers and continue to look for unique and creative compositions even though this location is frequently...
Cedar Breaks N.M.

Cedar Breaks N.M.

  Just a couple of weeks ago, I made my first visit up to Cedar Breaks National Monument.  I was first surprised by the elevation [well over 10,000 ft.] and second by the sheer beauty of this canyon.  I’ve heard it referred to as “Little Bryce...
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