The Guadalupe Hotel on a cool cloudy fall day in the high desert with a long exposure. The wild horses came into frame during the long exposure as an added extra.
Long exposure of an old adobe house at Guadalupe ghost town in Northwest New Mexico.
Two T-Rex metal sculptures engaged in a nocturnal battle with flash and sparklers added. Many flashes using colored filters were used and numerous sparklers burned to create this photo. All images combined in Photoshop.
Palouse Falls drops approximately 180' as the Palouse River before it meets up with the Snake River.
Evening sunset hitting the sandstone cliffs, just after a storm.
Smoke from desert wildfires creating dramatic sunset skies, film photography
A Squadron, a flock or a pod? It can be all three but no matter what,this is a whole lot of pelicans. The American White Pelicans migrate to Pyramid Lake in early spring to feed on the cup-ui fish. Here, they are congregating at the mouth of the...
While photographing the extraordinary landscape of Monument Valley, I spotted a man in a red shirt and his horse make their way to the edge of the cliff. After a moment of reflection the man in the red shirt turned his horse and reared. That's being...
Horseshoe Bend is the name for a horseshoe-shaped meander of the Colorado River located near the town of Page, Arizona, in the United States. It is located 5 miles (8.0 km) downstream from the Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell within Glen Canyon...
Sunset in Dead Horse Point State Park.
Taken at dawn in Arches National Park. Its a view of the park with the arches and windows. The sky had clouds which is unusual for the southwest but summer is the monsoon season.
We were Driving from one side of the park to the other early in the morning when I saw this tree. I liked the way the background of the park lined up with the tree and the texture of the bark and took this picture
Taken from a campground in the town of Interior. A storm cloud with a rainbow Appeared over the Badlands.
beautiful slot canyons located on the Navajo reservation east of Page (AZ/USA)
Taken in front of Snoopy Rock in South Sedona (AZ/USA) by Jay W. Putt. F5.6/ISO200/Exposure 1/80.
The Organ Pipe flower only blooms at night during May and June. This was taken in my neighbors yard which was convenient so I didn't have to get up too early. Just as the sun was about to peak over the horizon and just after sunrise, with some...
My favorite sunrise in Bryce Canyon National Park. The sun was visible for 4 minutes only before it disappeared behind the clouds.
This was taken a few feet from the visitor center parking lot. It is extremely rare that anyone takes this picture. Everyone wants the iconic shot of the mittens.
This is actually a photo of the salt flats that border the Sahara Desert. I edited it in Photoshop and deliberately flattened the aspect in order to bring out the colors and give it more of an abstract effect.
Also labeled: Landscapes
Star Dune is the center point of the Mesquite Sand Dunes. Catch the shadows and color at sunrise, throw in a little wind and the surreal nature of the dunes will surprise. The silence is deafening and the views forever. What more could you ask for.
Manly Beacon in Death Valley as viewed from a point on the rim rock trail northbound out of the parking area at Zabriskie Point. The Badlands as they're called rise out of the Badwater Salt Flats forming high mountain ranges on either side. Here you...
Sunset from Anthem, AZ
Sunset from Anthem, AZ
I was shooting at some bighorn across the way and heard some commotion through the brush behind me and turned to find this small herd of bighorn sheep. Shot with 1.4 extender on a tripod.
Antelope Canyon is the prototypical slot canyon in the southwestern US. It is a photographer's dream, offering countless compositions, limited only by your imagination.
The gnarled roots and branches of long dead mesquite are set off starkly against the improbable colors of the the red hills near Abiquiu.The gnarled mesquite bespeaks the slow cycles of renewal, measured in decades. The ageless red rocks bespeak...
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