A year ago today I was at the Valley of Fire in Nevada. I have posted photos from this trip before. You can see them Valley of Fire 1 Valley of Fire part 2 Valley of Fire 3 Last night I revisited the photos I took looking for something to remember the day. There is a handful of Read more about Photography: A year ago[…]
I wanted to photograph while I was out in Las Vegas. I had no idea what. After doing research of where the Grand Canyon is and I didn’t want to focus all of my attention on the Las Vegas Strip. Months before Vegas, I did my research on what there was around Vegas. I asked Read more about 31 photos 31 days: December 31[…]
I have lived in what I call the “middle of nowhere” before and while I was in the middle of the desert, it was amazing experience being in the “middle of nowhere”. This photo reminds me of that, just standing in an unfamiliar area not listening to a tour guide talk about civilization that goes Read more about Black and White Sunday: Peaceful Desert[…]
When I was going through the photos I took at the Valley of Fire, this one was one of the ones that caught my attention right away. I love the clouds mixed with the blue sky and the golden color of the sandstone. To purchase: Pride Rock
When I sat down and looked at my photos and figured out which photos I wanted to use for the Black and White Sunday’s, this photo was not a favorite. I went back to it a few times and it was this one and another Valley of Fire photo. (remember I took like 1600 photos Read more about Black and White Sunday: Clouds in the Desert[…]
I can’t stop raving about this state park. I had a hard time figuring out which photos to include here on the blog. I took 1600 (ish) that day. My goal was to fill up an entire memory card. The day hands down was one of the best days of the year.
Here is the second part of the Valley of Fire photos. While looking through these photos it really is amazing how diverse this country is with its land. Being someone who has lived on the east coast my entire life in various locations, i can appreciate its beauty.
A few months before I went to Las Vegas, I was talking to someone and was told to check out the Valley of Fire. I kept that in the back of my mind. Fast forward to maybe a month later I received a text asking if there was anything in particular of where or what Read more about Photo-venture: Valley of Fire part 1.[…]