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I was outside trying to take pictures of a rainbow at dusk in Sedona. The bats were out and I started to try to grab a shot of one of them as they flew by in low light, just playing … Continue reading
I used to make fun of my ex-finance and secretly judge her shyness (note the “ex” part….) She would have these photography assignments for people in various settings and was always so reluctant to just walk up to people at … Continue reading
Four sunsets in Sedona and not one of them gave me what I was after, but these presented a unique challenge in themselves and one I hope I conquered. The one thing I’m not stoked on is the one in … Continue reading
10:30 a.m. – after a leisurely morning of coffee, eggs and work email, I got into the Jeep and headed north from the town of Sedona to Slide Rock, a wonderful little creek in a rock canyon that provides a … Continue reading
Cortalus Molassus, or, Black-tailed rattlesnake. Found in the Southwest, and, according to Wikipedia, “They range in color from olive greens, to yellows, to browns, all the way to black. As their name implies, one of their most distinguishing features is that … Continue reading