Click the pic for a bigger view Just a quick one today. I captured this strike last fall towards the tail end of our monsoon season.
Click the pic for a bigger view Road shots. What is about these that draws me in? Perhaps it’s the suggestion of a journey to the unknown or a confirmation of where I’ve been. Regardless of the why, I love setting up my camera and capturing the horizon.
Click the pic to view it bigger Today we have a nice little view of one of our favorite camping spots, Woods Canyon Lake. This little gem is about 90 minutes away from the summer heat of Phoenix.
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 the full effect A fun weather shot for today. Last weekend we had a nice weather system roll through the state of Arizona.
Click the pic for a bigger view This past weekend we had our first good spring storm here in the valley of the sun. Granted most people don’t get excited about rain coming in but when you haven’t seen in about…
Click the pic for a larger view Woohoo it is Friday and better yet it is March Madness. Not only do I get to watch college basketball all weekend, I have a maternity shoot this afternoon, and we are supposed to get some rainy weather on Sunday. A pretty good weekend lining up and…
This past weekend we loaded up the truck and took the kids to the Chandler Ostrich Festival for some good ol fashion family fun. The Ostrich Festival is your basic county fair type outing only with one small difference. The stars of the show are the ostriches as you can imagine with the highlight of…
Click the pic for a bigger view Today we go back to the Salton Sea. This image was taken back in January while on a two day camping trip to the Joshua Tree National park area.
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.