Green River Detail

A tight shot from the Green River overlook on a stormy October day.

Green River Detail

Park Avenue Butte Color

One of the buttes in the Park Avenue section of Arches during a break in a stormy fall day.

Park Avenue Butte

Goblins after Dark

The last night of the trip I drove from Moab to Goblin Valley State Park, a mysterious and enticing place. After dark the moon started dominate the light, and the shapes took on an eery appearance.

Goblins after Dark

Rainbow Falls

Rainbow Falls in Watkins Glenn state park, New York.

Rainbow Falls

Taughannock Falls

Since the last ice age Taughannock Falls has been receding from Cayuga Lake. As you stand and watch, you can see stone fall as the canyon grows.

Taughannock Falls

The Arch

From the amazing work of photographers like Tom Till, to its prominent place on many Utah license plates, the Delicate Arch is a well known icon of the West. I’ve shot it a few times, and more often than not there is a huge crowd of photographers shooting it framing the La Sal mountains at sunset. Its a gorgeous scene, but this time I decided to see what an alternative would provide, and I can’t say the result was a disappointment.

The Arch

If You Can't Fix it With Duct Tape...

Sometimes, even the best machine fails, and sometimes the most reliable tools can’t repair it.

If You Can't Fix it With Duct Tape…

Upheaval Dome

For many years people have puzzled over the origins of this crater in the Canyonlands National Park.  A few years ago a team of scientists found shocked quartz, all but confirming that the crater was created by a meteor some 170 million years ago.

Upheaval Dome

Oilers

A series of classic glass oilers lubricate a century old gas engine as it runs at Rough and Tumble.

Oilers

Emerald Eyes

I spotted this little fellow while I was hiking around the potholes in the Needles District of Canyonlands. I love jumping spiders, and the distinct emerald eyes are especially interesting.

Emerald Eyes