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Posts tagged with “colorado river” (11 posts)

Basking in the Flow, and the Glow

 29 Mile Rapid in Grand Canyon National Park 

 Lower Owyhee Wild and Scenic River, OR

 Butte Creek, near Chico CA

The past few weeks have been full. FULL of adventure, new rivers and swollen creeks, shared laughter, a growing love, and glowing, deep and resonating light at every turn. Across ...

With and Within

There’s something about this place, the Grand Canyon. It’s in extremes, and you love it or you don’t. You never hear oh yeah, that place is OK. That’s because the people who love Grand Canyon see a little more inside. Something that pulls at them ...

Mining Spill Threatens our Watershed

THIS IS OUR LIFEBLOOD

Colorado is in a state of emergency as 3 million gallons of toxic mining waste spilled into the Animas River and continues to send about 500 gal/min more downstream to the San Juan River and Lake Powell. Tests have found levels of arsenic 300 ...

Return from the River

Just returned from my 25 day river trip through the Grand Canyon. Still processing; the experience, the feelings, the photos, the lessons. Making the transition back to the rim world. As time passes the river washes everything downstream and I am left with the knowledge of “place” above all things. 

Perspective, Tonto


A glimpse of the river within the Granite Gorge
I am reminded of the PERSPECTIVE the Tonto Trail lends. 
In the middle of it all, you can fly up and out, or sink ever deeper.

Rough Terrain

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 Photo: House Rock Rapid and Rider Canyon

 South Canyon to Soap Canyon ~ Grand Canyon Hiking with Botanists Glenn Rink and Steve Till

In my efforts to complete a Grand Canyon Traverse I have never stumbled on such rough, unstable, scary terrain for so long a distance. Hiking this section in ...

Grand Canyon Hiking~ Confluence and Little Nankoweap to Boulder Canyon 02/13

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Little Colorado River Confluence Collection

In reflection of recent proceedings with the Grand Canyon Escalade project, and greatest hopes for continued protection of Grand Canyon I have made a collection of images that resonates the magic and solitude that is the Confluence of the Little Colorado River.

How would you like to see a tramway ...

colorado river calling

Clear like a bell, the rumble of whitewater in Grand Canyon is beckoning. How I long to dip an oar in it’s cool waters, feel the spray of a wave in my face, and wake up day after day in the most magnificent place on earth. 

Sunset from Badger ...

Swirling Storms and Dancing Light

11 days of magic in the Grand Canyon, recon on West Rim, and hiking cross canyon. Feeling the trail, sensing the geology, and tasting my sweat has never been so good. Although not necessarily depicted here, I had these wonderful human connections throughout my trip, staying at the bunkhouses and ...

Photo of the week

I’ve been trying to build a new portfolio to showcase my Grand Canyon photos, but came to a quick halt when I realized 

that I don’t have a decent photo of the most popular/populated place in the Canyon, Phantom Ranch.

So, I went out and got one ...