The Salt Lake City Public Library seen in Mercator Projection. 72 images were used to create this projection.
Delicate Arch at Night
We had planned on photographing slot canyons near Goblin Valley on this day, but at the beginning of that hike I realized that I had […]
Buckskin Gulch is the longest and deepest slot canyon in North America, and possibly the world. Located between Kanab, Utah and Page, Arizona, the canyon […]
Capitol Reef Rainbow Panorama
A storm greeted us at the end of our hike through Sulphur Creek. Most people park near Chimney Rock (the large spire in the left […]
Sulphur Creek Waterfall
It took several minutes to get the correct exposures for this. It’s a combination of 5 different photos, exposed between .5 and 20 seconds (f22/iso100/18mm). […]
Under a Ledge in Sulphur Creek
The rain in Utah this weekend might have stopped us from doing a lot of slot canyons, but it made photos like this possible. Finding […]
Climbing Sulphur Creek
This is a photo of my good friend Mike Irwin climbing Sulphur Creek. Mike’s a runner, so he did this in running flats instead of […]
A Precarious Cliff-Side Foundation
An interesting view of Mesa Arch, one of the most well-known arches in Utah.
Dead Horse Point State Park
There were a lot of clouds below us this morning, too many to see the ground. This was one of the few breaks in the […]
Lower Calf Creek Falls
Backpacker Magazine recently rated the hike to Lower Calf Creek Falls as one of the best waterfall hikes in the southwest. We ended up arriving […]
Sunrise from Sunset Point
The sunrise is better at Sunset Point than Sunrise Point. Sunrise Point is better for sunsets. Photography-wise, I guess.
Thor’s Hammer Sunrise
Thor’s Hammer is the most distinctive landmark in Bryce Canyon National Park. It’s located in the bottom-center of this photo. Honestly, I don’t think it’s […]
Bryce Canyon Morning with Snow
This is a morning shot from Sunset Point taken roughly an hour after sunrise.
Sunset on the Jeep Trails
The sun goes down as Jason and I hike out of Canyonlands using jeep trails. A sudden and unexpected snowstorm prevented us from using our […]
Double Arch is huge. That’s Jason standing below the first arch.
Campsite at 9AM
When we crawled in the tent around midnight there was no sign of snow but we woke up to several inches of it. This is […]
Campsite at Midnight, Prolonged Exposure
Jason and I spent Thanksgiving at this campsite in Chesler Park. After our holiday feast of turkey jerkey and instant mashed potatoes we took a […]
Jason looking towards Six Shooter Peak as we start our trip in Canyonlands on Thanksgiving.