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Court of the Patriarchs Zion National Pk.- 2011
(Contains 12 photos)
Arches National Park Arches National Park
(Contains 17 photos)
Arches is only one of five National Parks located in the state of Utah. This is a place where anyone and everyone would marvel over the more than 2000 arches that dot the landscape
of this fantastic place.
Photographers of every level will be like a child in a candy store taking photos of these magnificent naturally formed arches, spires, towers and balanced rocks.
The Overlook Canyonlands National Park
(Contains 13 photos)
This is another of Utah's five national parks. Canyonlands is huge, and covers an area of over 500 square miles.
Rainbow Bridge National Monument Rainbow Bridge-2011
(Contains 7 photos)
Monuments in B&W Monument Valley
(Contains 10 photos)
Nefertiti Rock Arches National Pk.-2011
(Contains 10 photos)
Slot Canyon-8 Antelope Slot Canyon
(Contains 15 photos)
Tower Butte Lake Powell - Arizona-Utah
(Contains 9 photos)
Image #5 Canyonlands-2011
(Contains 13 photos)
Image #13 Bryce Canyon National Pk.- 2011
(Contains 15 photos)
Built by Nature Capital Reef National Park
(Contains 10 photos)
Capital Reef is a very diverse but very intresting and beautiful park. As a photographer, you will find yourself caught between many different sites to photograph. There are Cottonwood trees, Navajo Sandstone structures, buttes and domes molded by the erosion of weather; and don't forget the majestic backdrop of the Henry Mountains.
Sun Filled Daffodil Flowers
(Contains 49 photos)
The photos in this portfolio will be a mix of flowers that were taken at various locations throughout my travels.
Blue Waters Run Deep Out-and-About
(Contains 34 photos)
These are photos that taken at various locations; no specific park, travel or vacation spot. Most will not be named or titled, and will be identified by an image number only.
The Mask Bryce Canyon National Park
(Contains 7 photos)
This National Park is unlike any other park that I visited so far. You are greeted by this huge amphitheater of stone structures as you approach the rim. The structures known as "HOODOOS" are monolithic sandstone spires that have been weathered and shaped by the forces of nature.
Yucca Plant Zion National Park
(Contains 15 photos)
Zion National Park; one of the five national parks of Utah is known for it's red sandstone peaks and plateaus. The park's size is about 225sq.miles at an elevation of 4,000 to 9,000ft.
Red Sandstone Red Canyon; Utah
(Contains 6 photos)
Red Canyon is a spectacular area of red rock formations in a location known as Dixie National Forest. Unlike it's bigger brothers in the state of Utah, it is not a national park. The forest area lies just 9 miles outside of Bryce Canyon Nat'l. Pk.
You get a sense of what HOODOOS are as you pass through Red Canyon marveling at the awesome red sandstone structures and ponderosa pine trees.
Evening Light Grand Canyon - North Rim
(Contains 5 photos)
The north rim of the Grand Canyon is unlike the west rim because there is no view of the Colorado River.
Still a very interesting rim to visit and photograph.
Moulton Barn - #2 Grand Teton National Park
(Contains 23 photos)
Grand Teton National Pk., in Jackson Hole, Wyoming in part of the greater Yellowstone ecosystem. The serrated peaks of the Tetons are a very impressive section of the Rocky Mountains.
Living Green The Berkshires
(Contains 4 photos)
Photos in this portfolio will have been taken in The Berkshires
of western Massachusetts; predominately in the area of Mount Greylock State Reservation.
Living on the edge Grand Canyon - west rim
(Contains 4 photos)
This side of the Grand Canyon is owned and operarted by the Native Americans there (Havasupai); and most of the area is completely open and un-fenced.
Lewis Falls Yellowstone National Park
(Contains 14 photos)
Yellowstone is a park with very interesting geologic features. Old Faithful may be it's most recognized attraction, but there are many amazing sites to Yellowstone; that make it one of the most traveled in the country.
Cross-bedded Sandstone Zion National Pk. - 2012
(Contains 12 photos)
Mr. Snow Leopard Animals
(Contains 21 photos)
Swan on the pond Birds
(Contains 27 photos)
Yum Yum Insects
(Contains 17 photos)
Spider Rock-3 Canyon de Chelly
(Contains 25 photos)
Canyon de Chelly (pronounced d'SHAY) was established as a National Monument in 1931 to maintain the record of human history. Records show that early Pueblo people inhabited these canyons for nearly 5000 yrs. It now lies within the nearly 84,000 acres of the Navajo reservation.
Yucca Plant Mesa Verde National Park
(Contains 15 photos)
South Rim-10 Grand Canyon-South Rim
(Contains 10 photos)
Portland ME 041b Portland, Maine
(Contains 3 photos)