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The Less Than Amateur Etsy Store is now open! https://www.etsy.com/shop/LessThanAmateur More prints will be added in the coming days. There are size options and framing options available as well.
Traveling from White Sands up into Northeastern New Mexico, we stopped off at a natural spring and national monument, El Morro. It was a really interesting place to visit from an historical perspective, and given Michele’s interest in the sociology … Continue reading
I’m not getting cocky, but I couldn’t help the post headline for this blog post. Plus, with something like 400 photos taken in 90 minutes in this canyon it’s hardly nailing anything. Below are something like 20 photos from this … 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
Remember way back to the first post I did on the blog? It was a shot of lightning in Cologne, Germany over the looming Dom. When I got my camera, all I wanted was to be knowledgeable enough that I’d be … 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