Tag: Landscape

Central Valley Sunset Magic

Every time I visit California’s Central Valley, I am reminded of God’s handiwork in the sky at sunset.  Kind people and friends…  Endless vistas…  Great fishing in the Sierras…  Agriculture as far as you can see…  And sunsets beyond belief.  Enjoy these offerings from the heart of California’s Central Valley,

Nightfall – High Desert

I had the great privilege of working with the title holders from several local high desert rodeos recently along with Miss Rodeo Nevada 2018!  Truly nice kids…lovely and fun and down to earth.  It’s amazing to see young people that have had the responsibility to care for animals and what

Desert Song… JCK

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.

Death Valley Charcoal Kilns

In the 1870s these amazing structures were built to support mines and smelting operations owned by George Hearst, father of William Randolph Hearst.  While they operated, the kilns creating charcoal for smelters roughly 25 miles away near the mines and only burned for about three years as the mines never

Northern Arizona – Navajo Reservation Photo Expedition!

Have you ever been to a place so filled with beauty and amazing vistas that you can’t stop thinking about it over a month after you returned from that spot?  That’s how I feel each time I edit a few more photos from my trip to Northern Arizona and the

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