Monthly Archives: December 2011
Three Gossips, The Organ, Tower of Babel, Sheep Rock. These are the names of the sandstone formations in this image. Can you spot them? Lot 10.Utah series.The Gossips
“The Trophy Case” Lot 10.Utah series.The Trophy Case
“Road to Mexican Hat” Lot 10.Utah series.Road to Mexican Hat
“From the Gallery” is a collection of some of my favorite images from road trips around North America. If you are interested in purchasing a print of any of the images showcased here, you may do so by clicking on … Continue reading
I like spending time on Park Avenue. Park Avenue at the Arches National Park that is. With it’s tall formations and grand stature, it can be a little intimidating at first, then it just becomes inspiring.
As we at CFRP take a couple of well deserved days off, deserved being a relative term meaning, self serving, we would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a Happy New Year! Hoping this year was better than … Continue reading
“Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to all!”
“So we’re in agreement, the bigger the better.”
It’s pretty cold today and it got me thinking. What exactly is cold? In Tahiti cold can be 70 degrees, while in Antarctica 70 degrees would be a heat wave. Today’s shot is of the Johns Hopkins Inlet. Even on … Continue reading
During the past couple of chilly days I’ve found myself reminiscing over some of the warmer days of summer. One in particular was spent with the Desert Chief, and it was pretty hot!