Tag Archives: Landscape Photography

A Thousand Words – Hiking the Subway (Zion NP)

It’s been a decade or more since I last hiked into the Subway, a curving slot canyon a bit more than 4 miles from the North Creek Trailhead parking lot. Prior to that last hike I had done the journey … Continue reading

Posted in Photo Safaris, Photography Skills, Stories from the Field | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

A Thousand Words – Mesquite Dunes / Death Valley

Of all the colorful locations within Death Valley National Park to photograph, none gets me more excited than a hike into Mesquite Dunes, either at dawn or sunset. Because Mesquite Dunes is such a park attraction, most visitors spend at … Continue reading

Posted in Photo Safaris, Stories from the Field | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

2015 Southern Utah Spring Safari

The thunderstorms that swept up into Southern Utah in early May provided our safari group with the towering cloud formations that landscape photographers dream of.  That was the good news.  The bad news was a bit too much rain came … Continue reading

Posted in Photo Safaris, Stories from the Field | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

2012 Big Sur Safaris

There were two safaris to the Highway 1 coast early this year – one from January 13-15 and the other from March 15-17.  After doing two safaris in November and December to the coast I thought maybe I had seen … Continue reading

Posted in Photo Safaris | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment