Desert Solitare

Daily Photo - Desert Solitare It was early August and the heat was blazing. We had just finished an emergency pit stop for new front tires on my Grand Vitara. We were east bound, headed for Moab and a few days of climbing and camping fun. This was my first time in the beautiful area

By |February 23rd, 2012|Travel, Utah|0 Comments

Sending Independence

Though It may not be entirely relevant to travel and adventure photography, It is relevant to inspiration, So I must say how much I enjoy the music of Pink Floyd. Last night I saw Pink Floyd: The Experience here in Northeast PA, and thoroughly enjoyed it. It came complete with the hits, bright lights, and even and

By |February 22nd, 2012|Climbing, Travel|0 Comments

The Republic Of Texas

Usually I like to sit on my photos for a few weeks to really make sure I like how I processed them, but I was so excited to share this one, that I decided to push it out now. Daily Photo - The Republic Of Texas One of my newer personal long term photo projects

By |February 13th, 2012|Travel|1 Comment

Moab and Arches

September 1, 2011 MOAB, Utah – The original plan was to climb Red Rocks, just outside of Vegas. But with triple digit temperatures forecast, Patrick and I headed north and east in search of cooler climates to climb. We passed up Zion (too hot), and Mount Hayden along the Grand Canyon North Rim

By |September 21st, 2011|Guest Post, Travel, Utah|0 Comments

The Return to the West

August 31, 2011 LAS VEGAS, Nevada – My plane touched down at 9:26 PM in a desert still baking at near 100 degrees.  I deplaned and was immediately greeted by the distinctive and constant barrage of bells and whistles emanating from the innumerable slot machines scattered throughout McCarran Airport. Patrick outside of Circus Circus

By |September 8th, 2011|Travel|0 Comments
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