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Twisting and swirling, the red rock follows the random paths of a wild dream, then skirts a dome of white Navajo Sandstone cracked into nearly perfect polygonal plates, enchanting under a perfect sapphire sky. All of it originated 190 million years ago with a Jurassic sand dune that became saturated with groundwater, then experienced a sudden disruption–perhaps by an earthquake–that suddenly contorted the whole wet jumble while it had been hardening into… Read More

California’s Alabama Hills, located in Owens Valley in the shadow of the high Sierra, is among the most spectacular locations for movies about the old West.

Most of my photographs are straightforward views of landscapes, wildlife, small towns, or whatever else catches my eye … sometimes, however, my work takes a step beyond, to where the subject and intent can be “read” by the eye in several ways.