While driving I’m always looking, looking for that next image to capture. Of course, driving on freeways is one of the most frustrating experiences as most the time you’ll see something that, by the time you find an exit and return to the spot, if that’s even possible, the light has changed, the sky has changed, something has changed to remove the magic you saw driving by. That’s why I love to get off the freeway and try out the side roads and get lost a little. And sometimes, I love going right to a predetermined place to see what’s there.   Just past JosephRead More →

Stopped by the South Rim of the Grand Canyon on the way back from Las Vegas to Texas. Also gave me a chance to test out the new Nikon D810 and Tamron stabilized 70-200 f/2.8 lens, along with some low light photos from my Sony A7 with stabilized 24-70 f/4.0 lens. I’ve got to admit, those stabilized lenses are exceptional and high iso quality is getting better all the time. To a great extent, they have allowed me to not have to carry a tripod much of the time, although the old tripod comes in handy with long exposures. The first ten images were takenRead More →

We had just returned to Texas, where we had the RV stored, from a three month stay in Chile. While waiting for RV repairs we stayed with our daughter, Michelle, and her husband, Andrew in Argyle, TX. Grima was traveling to Hungary and Budapest with Michelle, so I took the opportunity to drive to Las Vegas to check out the photography trade show for WPPI (Wedding and Portrait Photographers International). I needed to upgrade some equipment and generally there are pretty good deals at trade shows. I love traveling through the Southwest, especially where there’s interesting weather. These following images were taken on the wayRead More →