11 Tips for Photographing Antelope Canyon

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11 Tips for Photographing Antelope Canyon Page, Arizona Photographing Antelope Canyon – Gently carved and formed by the erosion of Navajo sandstone over the course of countless centuries, Antelope Canyon outside of Page, AZ is one of the most bewildering places on earth. Over time rainwater, particularly during flash flooding, ate away the passageways of the canyon, […]

Horseshoe Bend – Page, AZ

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Horseshoe Bend Page, AZ Within Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and five miles downstream from the Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell, the Colorado River takes a wide sweep around a sandstone escarpment in a 270º horseshoe-shaped curve in the canyon. Known as Horseshoe Bend this spot is easily one of the most photographed areas of […]

Lower Antelope Canyon – Page, AZ

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Lower Antelope Canyon Page, AZ Gently carved and formed by the erosion of Navajo sandstone over the course of countless centuries, Antelope Canyon outside of Page, AZ is one of the most bewildering places on earth. Over time rainwater, particularly during flash flooding, ate away the passageways of the canyon, making the corridors deeper and smoothing the canyon […]

Alstrom Point – Lake Powell, Utah

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Alstrom Point Lake Powell, Utah When I was planning my roadtrip down to Page to shoot Horseshoe Bend and Antelope Canyon, I didn’t really know what was in the area. I had a few nights and Antelope Canyon was a daytime venture so I had some golden hour plans I had to figure out. I simply […]

Upper Antelope Canyon – Page, AZ

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Upper Antelope Canyon Page, AZ Gently carved and formed by the erosion of Navajo sandstone over the course of countless centuries, Antelope Canyon outside of Page, AZ is one of the most bewildering places on earth. Over time rainwater, particularly during flash flooding, ate away the passageways of the canyon, making the corridors deeper and smoothing the […]

Monument Valley, The Wild West

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Monument Valley Navajo Nation, Utah & Arizona Monument Valley had been on my list to visit and photograph for a long time. I had driven by on US 163 a few times, always mid-day on my way home from other adventures, but I finally set aside specific time to stop and get into the park for […]

The 2016 American Southwest Road Trip

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The 2016 American Southwest Road Trip Utah & Arizona American Southwest Road Trip – There are certain iconic images that I seem to see everywhere. Some I can shake out of my head pretty quickly, but others stick with me to the point of near-obsession. They become places that I simply need to go, see, […]

The Second Annual Lake Powell Expedition

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The Second Annual Lake Powell Expedition Lake Powell, Utah The flooded Glen Canyon area is considered “America’s lost national park” and in looking at the surreal beauty of Lake Powell and imagining about what lies below, it certainly feels that way. It’s a very surreal place. But out of that lost national park at least rose Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, […]

Grand Canyon North Rim

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Some Quiet Days on the Grand Canyon North Rim Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona I was driving south across the Kaibab Plateau along Route 67 as I watched the rain slowly turn to sleet and the sleet quickly turn to snow. Visibility was minimal and even at 25 mph, the brakes on my jeep were nearly useless. I felt like an idiot […]

Lazy Days at the Grand Canyon

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Lazy Days at the Grand Canyon Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona Lazy Days at the Grand Canyon – After hiking to the Colorado River on South Kaibab Trail and back up the Bright Angel Trail the day before, I’m fairly confident literally every single muscle in my body hurt as I stood at Mather Point […]

South Kaibab, Bright Angel Trail & the Death Zone

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South Kaibab, Bright Angel Trail & the Death Zone Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona South Kaibab, Bright Angel Trail, & the Death Zone – The South Kaibab Trail was one of the more well-known trails in the Grand Canyon and very heavily traveled. It’s one that you can hike down 100’ simply for a different perspective […]

Grand Canyon National Park

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The Grandest of Canyons Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona The last time I had been to Grand Canyon National Park was seven years ago when I didn’t appreciate landscapes the way I do today. I remember once saying that I thought Canyonlands National Park was just as, if not more impressive than the Grand Canyon. […]

 
 
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