Monthly Archives: June 2014


Run Like an Antelope

Taking pictures in Upper Antelope Canyon is like a sport… Location: Antelope Canyon Sensor: Sony A7R Lens: Zeiss 21mm Distagon There is so little room inside upper Antelope canyon that it feels like a […]

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Memorial day weekend at Antelope Canyon was a zoo.  Extremely difficult to take photos with hundreds of people crowded into the narrow crevice like cattle. But I knew later on that night I was going […]

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Zion Subway

We had planned for a 6 hour hike.  It took us 12 hours. There was no marked trail for the subway, no official map provided by the National Park Service.  All we had were some […]

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Standing in the parking lot as the night started masking any trace of the sun, I discussed the situation with my buddy Manu. “Should we call it,” one of us asked?  “I don’t know, what […]

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Monument Valley

We hadn’t planned to go to Monument Valley.  It was an extra 4 hour drive that we did not want to make on our way from Phoenix to Page Arizona to visit the slot canyons the […]

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