Death Valley Sand Dunes
A late afternoon in November provides great light in Death Valley National Park, CA
Water drops on pine needles, Yosemite NP
The Art of Construction
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
A Cathedral in downtown Puerto Vallarta - the bells rang every hour, 24 hours a day.
First the weathering then the proper light
Stairway in Santorini, Greece
Arizona Falls, Phoenix
This is located about 1 miles from my office and after 15 years I finally stopped and photographed it.
Near Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco, CA
I finally had to retire my SUV
Monument Valley, Navaho Nation
Monument Valley extends from northern Arizona into southern Utah
Oshkosh - and I thought they only made baby clothes .
The Sonoran Desert, Scottsdale, AZ
No Sand Dunes here. Cacti, rocks and rattlesnakes in this desert.
Glacier Bay, Alaska
The white curve around the mountain is a receding glacier. We were told it came all the way into the ocean about a decade ago.
The Top of Mount Whitney
The highest point in the lower 48 states. Located in CA.
Down but Not Out
A rustic Barn in Kentucky
Vancouver, BC Canada
The lines just fascinated me.
San Pedro Harbor
Despite looking decades old, this photo, taken just south of Los Angeles, is a very current one.
Main Street, USA
Actually, Main Street in Bisbee, AZ . Where is Bisbee you may ask. Well, I was informed that it is 6000 feet high and miles from reality. After spending several days there, I would agree.
A Joshua Tree up close and personal
The Pacific Ocean
It looks like wavy asphalt but it is really light hitting the ocean in a different way.
Light and Dark over and over again.
My Blue Period
Somewhere along the coast of Alaska
Rain or Shine
It doesn't seem to matter so we had a little of both
McDowell Mountain, Scottsdale, AZ
Old Town Bisbee, AZ
Audrey's Inn Bisbee, AZ
I read a tee shirt describing Bisbee as " 6000 feet high and miles from reality"
An Elegant Flower
Old Mining Equipment in Bisbee, AZ
Nature provide dramatic clouds for a dramatic landscape
The Harbor Bridge in Sidney, Australia
People are able to climb to the top, some 450 above the water.
Gold King Mine, Jerome, AZ