Monday, November 28, 2011

Photo of the Week - November 28, 2011


While driving through the Valle Vidal in northern New Mexico last year, I came across a couple of beautiful Palomino horses in a corral out in the middle of nowhere. This one was the friendliest of the two, and loved posing for the camera. After about 2o minutes, a group of 8-9 riders all in dusters and rain gear came up from the valley from a days ride. It was then that I realized that the corral was used to store horses while others were out riding in the area. Beautiful horse and an even more beautiful area.

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Sunday, November 20, 2011

Photo of the Week - November 21, 2011


I broke out my old Olympus camera that I had converted to infrared a fews years back for use on my recent trip over to Zion/St. George last month. This was a shot along the road to the ghost town of Grafton Utah. The leaves of the trees were starting to turn a nice yellow anyway, but the infrared sensor really adds a surreal contrast to the image.

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Saturday, November 12, 2011

Photo of the Week - November 14, 2011


Last Septemeber, Chris and I drove from Taos up to Durango and then Ouray Colorado. We had a reservation at a small motel in Ouray that evening. Luckily, we got an end room, with a view window looking towards the mountains to the east. Sitting there looking through the window that evening, I noticed a "Glow" coming from behind the mountains. Within a few minutes, I had my camera setup and ready for the moon rise. This is a shot as it was just finishing coming up behind the ridge. Lucky Me!!!!

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Monday, November 7, 2011

Photo of the Week - November 07, 2011


New Mexico is pretty famous for cow skulls, at least from my perspective. I see them everywhere, but almost always attached to the side of a building, a barn, sticking to the top of a fence post, or in this case hanging from the entry gate to a ranch. Rarely if ever do I see one still attached to the rest of the skeleton........laying in a field.....next to a road. It is almost as though they lived and existed to eventually become yard art.

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Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Photo of the Week - October 31, 2011



Last week I was in St. George, Utah and Zion National Park, with my good friend and business partner, Craig Varjabedian. We were there doing a pre-shoot for a new photo tour and workshop to be offered through Eloquent Light Photography Workshops for next year. This week's image was taken from one of the most photographed locations in the park, looking down the Virgin River around sunset. We are planning on scheduling next year's workshop around the change of color in the area. As you can see, some of the trees in this image were just starting to turn.


Details of the workshop will be offered through Eloquent Light after the first of the year, but if you are interested ahead of time, please email me with your questions.


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