Arches National Park Photography – Some Quick Tips!

Balanced Rock Milky Way

Welcome to Moab Let’s talk about some quick tips for Arches National Park photography! Even if you are traveling through Moab fast en route to another location, you can make the most of going in and out of the park with a camera in just a few short hours. The park entrance is only about […]

Peridot Mesa Wildflowers

Peridot Mesa

Let’s Check Out the Peridot Mesa Wildflowers! Springtime is on the horizon! Here in Arizona, we have had some rainy weather the past few weeks, so hopefully, it gives a watering to the Peridot Mesa Wildflowers. I will be heading out this way in the middle of March to bask in these sunlight wildflowers with my […]

iPhone Xr Camera Review – A Landscape Photographer’s Point of View

iphone xr camera review

A Sunrise at Lost Dutchman’s State Park My iPhone Xr camera review will be short and sweet. On Friday, I picked up my newly released iPhone Xr (I went with red!). Although, I usually have my Nikon and gear with me when traveling to photogenic areas, sometimes, I admit, it’s just easier to whip out […]

Lost Dutchman State Park Photography

Orion's Nebula

Welcome to The Superstition Wilderness Let’s head on over up the way from my neck of the woods. Just over to the Superstition Mountains for some Lost Dutchman State Park photography. I was at this desert park to visit a friend of mine who camps here every year. Earlier in the day, I received my […]

A Quick Guide to Mushroom Photography

mushroom photo

Mushroom Photography Ideas and Tips Today I want to feature a quick write up talking about some helpful tips for shooting the mushrooms that are out in a lot of the forests this time of year. Typically speaking, you will not find mushrooms (at least easily) all year round. You want to search them out […]

Inner Basin Trail

Inner Basin Trail

Inner Basin Trail Autumn is here! So that means it’s time to make my yearly visit to the Lockett Meadow area. More specifically, for 2017, the Inner Basin Trail. This year, I headed up North with some excellent photography friends, Kristina and Iris. Both are very talented in their own rights. It’s always nice to […]

Fern Canyon Photography – A Prehistoric Blast from the Past

Fern Canyon Photo

Fern Canyon Photography Let’s talk about some Fern Canyon photography! I visited this fascinating landscape during the summer. I tried to go in May, but the drive in route was closed due to a rock slide. Since I was in the area again in late July, I decided to venture there and make up for […]