Some of the articles on these pages were written for different print and web based publications over a period of several years. They have been left in their original form, though some have been edited for typos and other minor corrections. Please make note of the year of original publication as much may have changed in either my technique or specific location information since original publication.
Some articles are new and written specifically for this site. They are dated as shown.
Utah has some of America’s most spectacular national parks. This article is a photographer’s guide containing some detailed (though somewhat dated) technical advice.
A brief photographic travel guide from a trip taken in the spring of 1999. Both are quite remote, yet, amust visitfor landscape photographers.
A visit to the Garden of Eden.
Exploring one of the most inhospitable yet photographically challenging locales in the American Southwest.
Discovering one of the least known National Parks.
A all-too brief look at Bryce Canyon.
Though not a travel article per-se this series of pageschroniclesa trip taken in October ’99 to the Eastern Sierras, the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, Mono Lake, Yosemite, and a re-visit to Death Valley.
Two months spent in Atlanta, Georgia during the Fall of 2000 provided me with an extensive opportunity to do photography in the mountains of northern Georgia, North Carolina and Tennessee.
Some foreign locales along with shooting tips.
Advice and techniques on planning a productive and enjoyable photographic trip.