A look at what it’s like to pilfer over google maps, wikipedia, travel websites, etc… looking for a hidden gem along the many miles of western roads. Then getting there and making the shot a reality as you see here. I used a variety of gelled flashes, and flashlights to light this shot.
Bisti Badlands deep in northern New Mexico is one of the most otherworldly places that I’ve been to. Standing here to take this shot felt like I was standing on another planet. Amazing place of desolation, isolation and sheer unique beauty.
Ah, the infamous Cadillac Ranch… This was my first visit to the venerable road-side oddity outside of Amarillo, TX. I’d wanted to shoot a night shot here for some time and when I eventually got my chance I wanted to do something a bit different. What you see here is actually a lot of work! […]
The Sandy Marie, which was re-named to the “Tiger Shark” by it’s last owner, finally washed aground in Biloxi Sound. I shot this subject for three months in order to finally capture the image in this photo. I knew I wanted a cloudless night and smooth seas, in order to capture the shot I had […]
My first trip to New Mexico’s City of Rocks State Park, happened by complete chance. I was out scouting central and southern parts of the state when I saw a sign for this state park. I was intrigued as I’ve shot the Rock City park of Kansas and so I wondered what New Mexico’s version […]