Posts tagged with “landscape” (10 posts)

Borderlands Envisioned

 This is how I see our international border. As a geological line not a fence, just desert and canyons, mountains, wildlife corridors, flowing into one another.  

Grand Canyon Print Collection

This Collection of fine art prints has been selected for sale at all the Giftshops on the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park, as well as some locations in Tusayan, AZ. These fine prints are produced locally by project master Jason Hasenbank (formerly of Flagstaff Photography Center) and are ...

Grand Canyon Hiking~ South Bass to Tiyo Point 10/12

Grand Canyon Hiking

S. Bass to Tiyo



In a lot of ways, I think a hike is never set until you have that permit in your hand. I had spent a lot of time putting this route together, trying to prepare for what laid ahead. Route descriptions had to ...

Hermit's Rest and Lookout Studio~ 12/6/12

This week I was asked to create some images from these popular and historic viewpoints on the South Rim; designed by Mary Colter in the early 1930s. 

2 weeks~ friends and random travels

Old friends visiting, and welcoming of a new friend on the South Rim, followed by a hike down to Phantom Ranch at the bottom of the canyon and back up again, moving to a new place in Flagstaff, and then a wonderful weekend on the Paria Plateau and North Rim ...

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 Rapid ...

freedom rises with the sun ~ from lipan point

Two panoramic views from Lipan Point on the East Rim of Grand Canyon National Park.  

6am 7.4.2012

Leaving from my South Rim home on the 4th of July, I stopped to say goodbye to the canyon on the way out.

What a sunrise! Seeing this view really made ...

Annular Eclipse May 20, 2012

 The light cast upon The Canyon was muted, but not as soft or interesting as I’d thought.

 I did get to put together this montage as the eclipse progressed. I shot into the sun using two layers of emergency blanket rubber banded over my lens. Fancy!

This photo has graced the ...

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.  Does this mean I’ll ...

stormy solstice sunset

Three perspective photos from one view, on the Winter Solstice. The shortest day of the year, yes, but this storm sure packed a punch when the sun went down!