Click the pic for a bigger view It’s been awhile since I posted a black and white landscape image, so of course I turn to one of my favorite subjects with this Superstition Mountain storm.
Click the pic for a bigger view I figured today we might as well kick off the weekend with a Hawaiian sunset. Man do I wish I was back in the south Pacific.
Click the pic for a bigger view It’s been awhile since I have done a road shot. So when drama clouds roll in and I’m short on time there is only place to go to, the Superstition Mountains.
Click the pic for a bigger view For starters I have to say seeing the moving rocks of Death Valley was high up on the awesome list. This eerie sight alone was worth the price of the trip from Phoenix.
Click the pic for a bigger view Today we have one of the seven natural wonders of the world in 50 shades of grey. And yes that title is a play on words with the popular book.
Click the pick for a bigger view The Milky Way and Sedona seem to be a perfect match for each other. Both have a mystical sense about them that has fascinated man for ages.
Click the pic for a bigger view This time of the year most photographers post a year in review of their best shots. I personally always enjoying seeing my fellow photographers work once again to see their amazing images. It pushes me to be better as a photographic artist.
Click the pic for a bigger view One of my favorite subjects to shoot here locally in Phoenix are the Superstition Mountains. I have never been able to truly know why and I have come to accept that I may never really know why they draw me in.
Click the pic for a bigger view Today I thought I would take a break from my client work and post a personal image. Of course I shot this train track sunset after just finishing up with a client a few weeks back.
Click the pic for a bigger view Ok so our weather would be considered perfect by most given the sunshine and cloudless days. However, I still miss the monsoon rain. Don’t get me wrong, the 80 degree cloudless days are a welcome relief from the scorching days of summer but I still prefer a good…