We've just finished our photo eBook on Italy titled "Passage Through Italy". Through over 40 photographs you will follow along...
It’s a clear sign of spring when...Read More
t's an unpredictable spring here in SoCal. The unusually heavy rains...Read More
For centuries the hills of the Tuscan region of Chianti have been ...Read More
Sitting atop a clay base at sea level elevation are the dunes of Mesquite Flat. The primary source...Read More
Here you see the Panamint Mountains which border the west side of Death Valley as viewedRead More
The famous Zabriskie point is the must-see geologic formation in Death Valley National Park. Sometimes overlooked are the remarkable dune-like ripples of rock that surround the point. They are composed of sediments from Furnace Creek Lake, which dried up 5 million years ago—long before Death Valley came into existence.
I just returned from Death Valley where I had to brave a few wicked sand storms. Thankfully me and my equipment are fully functional. More images from Death Valley follow this week.Read More