A storm the previous day produced large swells which crashed against the rocks at Shore Acres. Even though we were wearing ponchos we were wet. The crashing sound and flying mist were exhilarating though, and I had a rain cover for my camera.
Driftwood with Face Rock
This huge piece of driftwood had disappeared the next day.
This is a long exposure to get the water to blur. The fall isn't really that hidden, but I like the name I gave it. It's actually about ten feet from the pullout.
Our friend, John, enjoying his extra large cup of coffee.
Saguaro, Life and Death
It took a while to find this photogenic combination of healthy and dead saguaros.
The Road to Fort Huachuca
We were driving from Tucson to Sierra Vista. Processing this in black and white emphasized the desolation of this landscape.
This was taken at the Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson. I always liked the Constellation. It was a beautiful design, instantly recognizable.
Misson San Xavier Courtyard
I felt that the monochrome processing and the symmetry gave this photo a serious mood.
Firehole River, Early Morning
Cool morning air condenses the vapor from hot springs to create this steamy landscape.
Tumbleweed In Slot Canyon
I'm not sure if these tumbleweeds haphazardly drop into slot canyons, or if they are placed here and there by the guides. Either way, they provide a nice contrast to the sandstone walls.
Thumb Formation with Dead Tree
Including the tree was an attempt to provide some visual interest since the sky was plain, cloudless, and cobalt blue.