I don’t often get an evening where there are no events…no classes…no commitments. Thursday night was one of those. It was so fun to have an evening to create and chill. Many of you know that I play the Native American flute. It’s not something that everybody does…in fact…very few.
Landscape and Adventure
I had another opportunity to visit Utah and Northern Arizona recently and again was amazed by the vistas and grandeur of our land. Bald Eagles, many deer, and a herd of Buffalo were in my view as I travelled and photographed the back country of some of the most beautiful
I am privileged to teach a night and sunset photography class for Tri-Community Adult Education through Covina Valley Unified School District. Every other week I lead my class out into the field and we learn new techniques and practice long exposure photography. It has been a complete blast and I
It seems that at the tail end of many trips, St. George, Utah is a stopping place before the final slog into Southern California. Until a recent trip, I never got up early, and wandered the streets of St. George as I should have…and I’m glad I did this time.
My wonderful bride and I took another road trip this summer to explore more of America, meet more of the people that make this country truly great, and see more of the splendor and backdrop that sets the state for our national heritage. We again stayed off major interstates for
My friend Bob and I took a few days to visit Anza Borrego State Park not far from the Salton Sea in Southeastern California. The wildflower bloom was amazing although the Sphinx Moth caterpillars were working their way through the fields with great haste. The wind was fierce which made
I ended my recent trip to Death Valley and the Eastern Sierra with a stop at Mobius Arch hoping for a spectacular sunset…which didn’t happen. ; ) That being said, it was a lovely evening and the Arch was in full glory beneath a sometimes cloudy and sometimes starry sky…