Southern Utah has its desert and red rock canyons but the higher elevations has its own appeal. Cedar Breaks National […]
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Lee’s Ferry/Vermilion Cliffs
Lee’s Ferry in Northern Arizona, is known as a launching point for Colorado River rafters and other interesting rock formations. […]
This endangered species has a wingspan up to 9 feet. These 2 were hanging around the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument […]
Memorable Images From 2018
Slideshow showing my favorite images from 2018. Watch in HiDef at Full Screen. Music is April’s Song by Real Estate, […]
Choice Of Hazards
You have your choice of hazards along this road to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.
Grand Canyon National Park Is Not Just A Giant Lifeless Abyss
On the plateau surrounding the Grand Canyon, wildlife and wildflowers abound. It’s this part of Grand Canyon National Park that […]
What do an Elephant Seal, a California Condor and a Zebra have in common? A Zebra?
They were all photographed last week along California’s Central Coast. I was thrilled to see the Condors as they hovered […]
The Tale or Tail Of The Squirrel
This Western Gray Squirrel surprised me one day in California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains. That’s quite a tail!
Wild, Wild, Wildlife at YNP
The wildlife at Yellowstone National Park is as good as it gets in our national parks. The shots below were […]
How About Some Humor?
Recent efforts to clone women and cattle have gone horribly wrong.