Evening light over the San Juan River gorge, Utah
Comb Ridge, Utah. Part of Bears Ears National Monument
Monument Valley through a telephoto lens, Utah
Evening light hitting a canyon edge with Comb Ridge in the distance. Bears Ears National Monument, Utah
A sliver of a moon setting over Navajo Mountain. This is a sacred place on the Colorado Plateau.
This Freemont Cottonwood is perhaps the largest I have ever seen. It is a majestic, spectacular tree!. Utah
The redbud bloom signals the arival of spring in the American Southwest
Looking east at sunset, this large dead pinyon pine is offset against the glowing sky. Comb Ridge in the distance. Bears Ears National Monument, Utah
Evening light hitting the Dirty Devil River. Utah
Following a flash flood, the textures of this mud took on a glow I've never before seen. Utah
Shot looking the other direction from the image titled, "Glowing Mud."
Looing east at sunset. Bryce Canyon, Utah. Shot on medium format film.
It was a very cold morning as I skied with my 4x5 view camera to the rim of Bryce Canyon. As the sky exploded in color, I knew it was worth the effort. Utah
There is nothing quite like a sunset in the America Southwest. Utah
Potholes mean life in the desert. Bears Ears National Monument, Utah
View from Hell's Kitchen, Needles. Canyonlands National Park, Utah. Shot on 4x5 film
The super moon rises over the Yampa River gorge. Dinosaur National Monument, Colorado
The moon rises over Sleeping Ute Mountain in the distance, Tank mesa moving forward, the reds of Comb Ride, and finally Cedar Mesa in the foreground
This rest stop on the hike up Angel's Landing also offers some incredibly scenic views. Zion National Park, Utah
If you visit Zion National Park, be sure and head up onto the plateau. Utah
The largest claret cup cactus I've ever seen. We counted 140 blossoms. Sand Wash, Utah
A view into Four Corners over the San Juan River gorge. Utah
Winter cottonwood trees along the drive from Hite to Hanksville, Utah
There were fires the past couple of years. While the smoke isn't good, it sometimes results in amazing sunsets. Utah
Looking southeast from the end of the rim road. Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah
Along the rim road drive. Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah
This image shows the amazing layers of time you can see in the American Southwest. Utah
These trees amaze me, as they grow out of seams in solid stone. Utah
Orange globe mallow is perhaps my favorite desert flower. It blooms in the heat of the harshest environments. Utah.
Rainbow over stone and tree. Bears Ears National Monument, Utah
Looking across the plateau in Bears Ears National Monument. Utah
Looking northeast from near Bullfrog, Utah
Arch in stone in Davis Canyon, Utah
Peering into the San Rafael river canyon. Utah
Looking south along Comb Ridge, Utah
The view into Four Corners. Utah
Zion National Park rim during a steady rainstorm. Shot on 4x5 film. Utah
Mormon tea in Bears Ears National Monument. Shot on 4x5 film. Utah
Death Valley National Park, California. The Race Track in Death Valley is a cool place. When the lakebed is wet these rocks get blown around, or perhaps moved by ice, and leave tracks in the mud. It is a very strange and interesting place. Shot on 4x5 film
The coolest erosion I've seen. Utah. Shot on 4x5 film.