Category Archives: photography

Sycamore Along Beaver Creek


Tonto Cactus


Sedona

A nice side trip to Sedona from Phoenix. I’ve always loved visiting Sedona, and its red, sandstone formations.


Bell Rock


The view from Chapel of the Holy Cross


Black Ice


Icing Up

The snow has landed, although so far, it’s only a thin layer on the ground. The pond has started to get a coating of ice, after two nights of a hard freeze. After getting by with lighting a fire in the wood stove every other night, the ritual is now completed nightly. Soon, the fire will burn 24/7.

The season has turned.


Return of the Aurora

We’ve had a lot of cloud cover the past month or so, and I’ve seen some faint aurora glow recently, but last night the northern lights put on a phenomenal show. It was a wide path of phosphorescent, green light across the planet’s roof for close to an hour. I had been outside, enjoying the show for thirty minutes, before I thought, “Maybe I should grab a camera.” It’s never my first instinct.


Happy Autumnal Equinox

I do love the tamaracks in the fall. Have a wonderful and colorful autumn, for those of you in the northern hemisphere. For those further south, have a great spring!