My American road trip commenced and ended in Las Vegas, the site of a close friends wedding, so the ‘Valley of Fire’ was a natural destination to visit being just an hours drive North of Sin City. The landscape and … Continue reading
A famous landscape I’ve shot before. Last time dull clear blue skies didn’t give the images the drama they needed, returning a different time of year I got lucky with an incoming storm that afternoon.
Its been done a million times but its hard to resist, even though you have to share the location with a press pack of other photographers.
I paid a few visits to the stunning views from Dead Horse Point, it is a well known photographers viewpoint at dawn but my favourite shot was taken at the other end of the day. After the bleakest of afternoons … Continue reading
From Nevada it was a whole day’s driving to get to Arches National Park. I arrived as the last golden light was breaking on Balanced Rock and rushed to set up and shoot something, knowing it was only going to … Continue reading
Extremes are always intriguing, and how humans survive in the hottest and coldest places in the world always made me wonder. Death Valley claims to hold the record since 1913 when the temperature was recorded at 134.1°F (56.7°C) at Furnace Creek. … Continue reading