On each page, there's a link (the gray triangle above) to click on if you want to listen to background music of Scott Holmes ("Epic Cinematic" by scottholmesmusic.com).  My goal is to give you an oasis from your everyday routine. 

I hope that time spent here is relaxing for you and that you enjoy the images as much as I did in taking them. I can't help but marvel at God's Creation!

In March, we managed a week-long trip to Arizona.  We are grateful to God for my wife's recovery from health issues allowing us to travel.  It would have been impossible to have done that last November.  Jackson, our 2-year old Golden Retriever enjoys road trips!
The trip was eventful!  We got snowed out of entering the Monument Valley tribal park.  Plan B:  We  shot some of the interesting rock spires from outside the park. We, of course, had to nab a few images of the famous road where Forrest Gump ran.
The second stop was the Grand Canyon.  We stood in awe of God's handiwork at the massive creation.  It was spring break, so bunches of people were there, armed with their Iphones.  It was difficult to find a good composition because of the park's size.  We did capture a few images of a wedding. 
The third stop was Sedona.  It features great rust-colored rocks all around it which made for colorful images of rust and blue sky.  Traffic was crazy due in part to spring break.
I have this website for my enjoyment, depicting God's handiwork. If you like it, then that's an added bonus! 
I typically have a couple images displayed at the Fremont Center for the Arts (FCA) in Canon City, CO.  We are members in the FCA and support their efforts. My images have earned a ribbon or two in FCA's shows.
It's rewarding when someone buys an image because it will probably be displayed in their home or office. If you are interested in buying an image please fill out the form at the bottom of this page or phone/text:  (719) 285-9139. 
I shoot with my trusty full-frame Nikon D810, but I believe composition rules over the latest & greatest gear. I guess I'm "old school" since I have not gone mirrorless!  I strive to improve my post processing skills in my  "digital darkroom" task when I can't be out in the field shooting.  It is amazing what today's editing software does.
Thank you!
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