Click the pic for a bigger view Happy Friday everyone! As we roll into the weekend here in Arizona with an expected temperature of 90 degrees, I thought I would share a desert storm shot.
Click the pic for a bigger view Sometimes you have to bribe your toughest clients to sit for you. Case in point is my 10 year old daughter.
Click the pic for a bigger view Today’s image definitely shows my bipolar style when it comes to photography. If you have seen my work you know I favor vibrant color. But why is the image of the Superstition Mountains in black and white?
Click the pic for a bigger view I just wanted to throw out a quick preview of one of the shots I got from this past weekend’s workshop. On Sunday I got to spend the day with Don Giannatti.
Click the pic for a larger view Today we go monochrome for the Arizona desert. I have always been a huge fan of black and white photography and this image just screamed for b&w to me.
Click the pic for a bigger view A quick post for today. Last summer we vacationed in one of our favorite spots, Durango Colorado. While we were busy with horse back riding, boating, and hiking, one of our excursions involved riding the narrow gauge railroad.
Click the pic for a bigger view Today we have another shot from my recent adventure to the Salton Sea. Our morning trip down to the Salton Sea from the Joshua Tree National Park was quite a little jaunt.
Click the pic for a larger view So today’s title I borrowed from the Eagles hit “Hotel California”. It seemed appropriate for the mood of this image. I shot this one a few weeks back during an early morning rendezvous with photog buddy Mike Oblbinski. Mike and I both share a love for “middle of the…
A few changes for me that I’m excited to share. My website has undergone a major overhaul. While I really liked my original site, I wanted to get to something more clean and simple. I feel this new site has accomplished this task. I would like to give a big shout out to my wife…
Click the pick for a bigger view Nice and simple monochrome image today. This old fence is a nice reminder of how much easier some things are today than what they once were. Can you imagine dragging this many dead trees just to complete a few feet of fence? Hope everyone had a great weekend….