If you haven’t already read part one, you can check it out HERE.
My folks retired to Tucson, Arizona a few years ago and after meandering around Colorado, Utah, and Northern Arizona, I spent a week visiting them and exploring the Sonoran desert.
I’m excited to announce that prints of my photos are now available on the Gallery page!
Most photos are available in a variety of sizes from 8×10 to 20×20 and on three different mediums – Kodak Professional Endura Premier Paper, Kodak Professional Endura Metallic Paper and hand-stretched Canvas Gallery Wrap.
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After finishing a very long remodeling project, I had the opportunity to take a road trip to Colorado, Utah and Arizona. There are so many things to see and do in the Four Corners region of the United States, it was tough choosing where to stop and what to photograph. Continue reading Road Trip – Part One
American Electric Power (AEP) owns 60,000 acres of land near Zanesville, Ohio that has been strip mined for coal. They’ve opened it to the public as reclaimed recreation, or ReCreation as they put it, land with hiking, biking, and horse riding trails, camping, and fishing. It also happens to have some the darkest skies you can find in Ohio.