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The early bird catches the sunrise over Rio Chama in northern NM. The combination of back light, depth, and HDR processing work so well together.
The 'watermelon' effect is captured in one of my most popular Sandia images. The moon was one night shy of full and the light was perfect on this clear evening.
A High Dynamic Range cityscape of Portland Oregon taken at twilight. Movement and activity are akin to the flow of electrons thru a computer chip.
In late summer, these rumbling, lightning producing monsters bring much needed rain to the desert. Rio Grande valley is in the foreground, mesas in the near distance.
A street performance in Old Town Albuquerque. Intense concentration, motion, and color make this dance timeless and forever vibrant.
In over twenty years of watching the mountain, this was the most intense sunset event I have witnessed. I am fortunate to live near a high-point in Corrales to set up in time for the rainbow!
A very unique experience at Sandia Crest (10,000 feet). I went up to photograph the autumn aspen colors, and this was just very good fortune.
Set against the backdrop of the magnificent Grand Teton Range, this barn has weathered many a snowy winter in Wyoming.
It was a cold and stormy day... in Silverton Colorado. You can see streaks from falling snow and soot. The stream from the old engine is almost palpable.
A glowing marvel of nature that visited my house one summer. I love the combination of color and semi-transparent wing blur.
The view north from Ecola State Park in central Oregon is just magical. Peaceful. Zen-like. I could spend many days exploring and shooting there.
Intelligent, noisy, playful, and very noisy - this member of the Corvid family patiently awaited offerings of food from snow shoeing visitors to Yellowstone.
The comet and crescent moon made for a 'must see' event in the winter of 2013. I found a high spot in the foothills bordering east Albuquerque and bracketed 3 shots to capture the scene.
Blue doors and windows are a tradition in the southwest and especially so in the Taos area. Evil spirits are repelled, and a joyful life for the inhabitants is expected.
This trail in Yellowstone NP is steep and so worth the effort. Depending on the position of the sun, a rainbow often greets hikers somewhere along the way.
A classic view of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone from Artist's Point. This is a 3-shot vertical stitch, so there is no wide-angle lens distortion.