Waterfall in Zion National Park

Waterfall in Zion National Park

Another site on my trip I was anxious to get back to and get some new, updated shots was Zion National Park in southern Utah. I was trying to get there before a big cold front was coming there and upon driving south on Highway 89 to get there, I discovered I didn’t quite beat the cold front.… Keep reading...

Havasu Falls on the Havasupai Reservation

Havasu Falls and Pools

Another from Havasupai in the archives. This one is of the more famous Havasu Falls, one of the most photographed waterfalls in the world. Havasu Creek pours over a 100 foot cliff into spectacular turquoise pools in the midst of a high desert canyon. The area now, however, looks nothing like this.… Keep reading...

Creek Runoff from Ramshead Lake

Ramshead Lake Runoff

This is one of the last shots I took with my Canon 5D. The day I busted it, I had headed up to Lake of the Crags earlier that day and on the way to Lake of the Crags is Ramshead Lake. This is the creek that runs off of it that flows into Arrowhead Lake which eventually becomes the Ribbon Cascade in Hanging Canyon on its way into Jenny Lake.… Keep reading...

Mooney Falls on the Havasupai Reservation

Mooney Falls

Mooney Falls is a 200-foot tall waterfall just one mile downstream from the more popular Havasu Falls. Both are located on the Havasupai Reservation in the Grand Canyon and sees heavy traffic due to the fact it’s a very desert atmosphere complete with massive red cliffs, prickly-pear cactus, cottonwood trees and plenty of sand.… Keep reading...

Havasu Falls Night Shot Published in Outdoor Photographer!

Havasu Falls at Night

I just discovered that this photo is currently in the Favorite Places section of the April 2009 issue of Outdoor Photographer. The shot itself is from the Havasupai Indian Reservation in the Grand Canyon and this particular waterfall, Havasu Falls, is one of the most photographed in the world. Yet before visiting for the first time I had never seen a night shot of it, so I set out to do one and this is what I came back with.… Keep reading...