After visiting San Xavier Mission (Part 1), I made the drive across Tucson to Tanque Verde Ranch. I had visited Tanque Verde many years ago…
After our fall trip to North Georgia we were eager to come back to check out our favorite waterfalls after
It was our next to last day in New Mexico and Jim wanted to go through the Cibola National Forest and go up to the peak of the Sandia Mountains that
The condo we rented in Cochiti was about halfway between Albuquerque & Santa Fe so we decided to make a trip over to Santa Fe, established in 1610.
I was watching a KelbyOne class on Lightpainting by one of my favorite photographers, Dave Black, a while back. This class was about lightpainting big things like landscapes. One of the venues that Dave shot in the class was Schwabacher Landing in the Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. When we were planning our trip
I recently visited Zion National Park in Utah with a group of photography friends. This park is one of those places you have to have on your
Red Rock Canyon is only a few minutes from Las Vegas, so the day we arrived we unloaded our luggage at the condo we rented and then threw our camera bags in the van & took off for Red Rock! We had decided to try one of the valleys that had a small stream running through as we thought there might be some
The first time I visited the Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada it was in late August and it was 113 degrees that day! I truly felt like I was on fire in that valley! We only had a couple of hours and were there mid-day so the lighting was not great so I vowed