Northern Arizona Sunset
The sun doesn’t necessarily have to be in the shot for a good sunset image. Look away from the setting sun and you’ll see impressive color and light.
For sunset images, don’t always shoot towards the sun. But look to the opposite direction to see how the light varies. You’ll see the light change from white to yellow, from yellow to orange and then orange to red just before the sun sets.
After finishing my early evening mountain bike through the desert sagebrush, I relaxed to another beautiful sunset as storm clouds passed.
Desert Flora at Sunset
While mountain biking this week near Gooseberry Mesa in Southern Utah, I captured some pics over a few evenings of the changing colors of the flora and the sunsets.
Cathedral Valley In Monochrome
Storm clouds appear over Cathedral Valley at Capitol Reef National Park, Utah
Eureka Dunes In Detail
The finer details of Eureka Dunes at Death Valley National Park.
Paria Clay Beds
Also known in geologic terms as the Chinle Formation located at Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument. This spot is located at the old Paria Movie Set where The Outlaw Josie Wales was filmed. I half expected Clint Eastwood to come walking out of the landscape. These were shot an hour or two before sunset and…
Another Fine Southern Utah Sunset
Weather conditions were ripe for producing rainbows last Saturday.
Pine Valley Mountains In Snow
Recent snow has completely engulfed The Pine Valley Mountains in Southern Utah, just north of St. George. The arctic white peaks are quite a contrast to the parched desert sagebrush in the lower elevations. Signal Peak is the highest point here at 10,365 feet. This range is located within Dixie National Forest and is about…