Photography is a passion, and I have been lucky enough to capture some of the world’s most beautiful objects, both large and small.

I hope you enjoy viewing these as much as I enjoyed creating them!

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Arches National Park, Utah, September 2014

The scenic attractions of Arches NP are spread out and very accessible to the photographer, in contrast to Zion NP, where the photographer must work within the narrow confines of steep canyon walls.

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Zion National Park, Utah, September 2014

Sheer rock walls, an instant waterfall, rain clouds, and fast moving water predominate during this three-day visit in September 2014.

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Bryce Canyon National Park, UT, September 2014

Hoodoos abound in every direction.  The views experienced while hiking below the rim along the 1.3 mile Navajo Loop trail are spectacular.

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Capitol Reef National Park, UT, September 2014

So named because early pioneers found a ridge blocking their way, as a reef blocks the path of a ship, and because some of the rock formations resemble the U.S. capitol dome.

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Goosenecks State Park, UT, September 2014

The San Juan River snakes like an anaconda north of Mexican Hat, UT as it flows toward its rendezvous with the Colorado River.

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Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, Sept 2014

Having a Navajo tour guide makes all the difference in appreciating and understanding the significance of Monument Valley to the Native American peoples who lived in the Valley for thousands of years.

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Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Sept 2014

This is a magnificent canyon still serving as the homeland for Native Americans today.

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A Day in Baltimore, July 2014

Random views on a walk through Baltimore

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Tate Gallery Exhibit, October 2013

The photos in this collection have been printed and framed and were on exhibit in the Tate Gallery of Christ Congregational Church in Silver Spring, MD. from October 2013 through January 2014.

 

Mono Lake and Eastern Sierras, October 2012

The Mono Lake basin and eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains, including Panum Crater, the south shore tufa grove, the lake at sunset and sunrise, Lee Vining Canyon aspen trees, the abandoned mining town of Bodie, Rattlesnake Gulch, Dunderberg Meadow, and Lundy Canyon aspens.

 

Scotland and Wales, June 2012

Edinburgh, Stirling Castle, the Lake District, Gwynedd, Snowdonia, and Cardiff

 

The National Arboretum, May 2012

Bonsai collection, spring blossoms, and lily pond

Death Valley National Park, January 2012

Zabriskie Point, Artists Palette, Badwater Basin, Dante’s View, Mesquite Flat Dunes, and Ubehebe Crater

 

China: Yangtze River to the Forbidden City, September 2011

Shanghai, the Yangtze River from Woohan to Chongqing including the Three Gorges area, the terra cotta warriors of Xi’an, and the Forbidden City of Beijing.

The Monuments of Washington, DC at Night, May 2011

The World War II Memorial, the Korean War Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial, the Vietnam War Memorial, and the Iwo Jima Monument at night


Rock Creek Park, Washington, DC, November 2010

The fall colors are splendid on this walk through the park in NW Washington, DC

Montana and Glacier National Park, July 2006

West End to East Gate

Vancouver & Canadian Rockies by Rail, June 2005

Vancouver, BC, including the Butchart Gardens; by rail up the Fraser River Canyon from Vancouver to Jasper; Jasper National Park; Banff National Park; the Athabasca River.

 

Great Falls of the Potomac, April 2013

White water, rocky bluffs, and great blue heron viewed from Olmsted Overlook at sunset

Potomac River Gorge and C&O Canal, March 2013

Reflections of rocks, trees and sky at dawn