Aptly named as it resembles the seashell, The Nautilus is a highly eroded sandstone rock formation in Southern Utah. My […]
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Wire Pass- Barely Passable
Wire Pass, along the Utah/Arizona border is a prelude to the more famous Buckskin Gulch. Unfortunately, Buckskin was full of […]
Even Frodo Won’t Go In There….
I’d Rather Be….. Hiking With Friends at Buckskin Gulch or Spooky?
This was from a few years ago but the same friends are visiting in a few weeks. Maybe Buckskin Gulch […]
The Magnificent Waterhole Canyon
Page, Arizona has its Antelope Canyon including crowds and guided tours that whisk you through. Waterhole Canyon is not quite […]
The Fabulous Undisturbed Willis Creek
Willis Creek is a slot canyon that almost anyone can enjoy. It’s located in a remote area of the Grand […]
This Ain’t No Ordinary Gulch!
Buckskin Gulch along the Arizona/Utah border is the longest slot canyon in the United States. I’ve never completed the whole […]
Antelope Canyon. Upper or Lower?
Photo Workshop In The Desert- October 27th Thru The 31st
I will be conducting photo workshops the week beginning October 27th in and around the Coyote Buttes area on the […]
Zion’s Amazing Narrows
It’s September and time to make the trek up the Virgin River at Zion National Park, Utah. The water was […]