A storm blows through
This storm moved across the Canyon right before sunset. It amazes me how a huge canyon could just disappear behind the rain.
I got really lucky with a very active storm at sunset on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.
Grand Canyon sunset
After the storm from my previous photo, the sky blew up into beautiful colors.
Just a typical summer sunset in Tucson
Hard to beat a Tucson sunset during monsoon season.......
This tree is by itself in the middle of the odd, honey comb looking rock. It amazes me that it can grow in out of the rock.
Sunset at White Pocket. It had rained earlier in the day so I was lucky enough to have puddles to reflecta the sky.
I had hoped to shoot the Milky Way over White Pocket but the clouds had other plans. I like how it looks like there is a fire in the distance.
Monument Valley sunset
West Fork Trail in Oak Creek Canyon
Milky Way and a couple of meteors
Milky Way over Cathedral Rock
This was my last hoorah for the Milky Way's galactic core. This is Cathedral Rock, in Sedona.
Lower Antelope Canyon 2012
Antelope Canyon is one of the most amazing places. I went in 2012 and am looking forward to going back soon.
Upper Antelope Canyon 2012
Upper Antelope Canyon is more well known than the lower one. One of the more popular things to shoot are sun beams that come into the canyon, if you go at the right time of year and the right time of day.
Grand Canyon Milky Way
Sunbeams over the South Rim