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Taking a break...

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Oh, to be in Kauai!

God's Creation is awesome!  I capture slices of it here.

We did it!  Nearly 5000 miles on a grand road trip to Olympic and Mt. Rainier National Parks.  The photo workshop at Olympic with Andy Cook (www.Rockymtnrefl.com) provided many diverse photo opps. Then we weaved our way south and captured many waterfalls in Washington & Oregon.  It will take time to process the hundreds of images we got, let alone several video clips from our GoPro.  Whew!  We thank God for a safe trip!  
Have patience as I will be revising the website.
Watch our YouTube videos by clicking on the YouTube icon at the bottom of any page. The latest video is my trip to the Bisti Badlands of New Mexico.  Talk about unusual..... I've added Instagram & Facebook, too.  I've started posting photos on them.  This is what happens when a retired person has too much time on his hands. 
If for some peculiar reason you are interested in buying an image, please fill out the form at the bottom of this page.
​​​​​​​Equipment:   Nikon D850 & Nikon D810. I attach my 24-70 mm lens on one camera and my 70-200 mm lens on the other.  Processing images w/Lightroom & Photoshop.


THE PHOTO WINDOW IS CLOSING

More prime photo locations seem to be "closing", that is, landowners have posted "no trespassing" signs or erected locked gates to prevent entry.  We visited a favorite spot in the Ridgway area that now has a locked gate.  Previously, we were able to walk down a dirt path to photograph a stream in the foreground with awesome San Juan Mountains in the background.  That composition is now not legally possible.
Arizona's famous Antelope Canyon has implemented more restrictions on photography.  I went on a "photo" tour of it a few years ago, for around $75, where a handful of photo buffs equipped with their tripods no less, were led through the canyon by a knowledgeable Navajo guide.  I don't think they offer strictly "photo tours" anymore.
Then there is the Crystal Mill, iconic site near Marble, CO.  Sorry, you can't legally walk down to the river anymore. Vandals leaving trash....UGH.  Can't blame the private property owner.
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