Canyonlands, Utah offers stunning sunsets in the high desert.
In the ruins at Aztec, New Mexico, the ancient rooms built from colorful rocks lead out through descending doorways.
The Anasazi Indians lived in these Aztec New Mexico rooms darkened by rooftops. Now sunlight bathes the walls of these ruins.
Near Cortez, Colorado the Hovenweep ruins attest to the creative engineering of the Anasazi Indians.
Near Glen Canyon, Arizona a summer storm descends on the summer afternoon.
Near Silverton, Colorado the ghost town of Ironton is cluttered with the skeletons of once useful mining buildings.
The Toadstools formations stand sentinel near Page, Arizona
Buckskin Canyon in Utah is a not so well known slot canyon that offers an experience of light and shadow unique to these narrow riverbeds.
Buckskin Canyon in Utah is a not so well known slot canyon that offers an experience of light and shadow unique to these narrow riverbeds. A tree branch attests to the depth of the water that has roared through these narrow canyons.
Buckskin Canyon in Utah is a not so well known slot canyon that offers an experience of light and shadow unique to these narrow riverbeds. Early summer rains create puddles that linger in the shade of the canyon walls.
In Monument Valley, Arizona the desert tells her tale.
Heading out to Corona Arch in Arches National Park in the Spring, the cactus are still in bloom.
The evening of 2012 Super Moon at the Window Arch in Arches National Park
The wall of Rocks at Arches National Park
Balance Rock at Arches National Park. The sun drops below its shoulder on a cloudless evening.
Balance Rock at Arches National Park. With the sun behind, the rocks take on a golden hue.
Balance Rock at Arches National Park in Utah is a favorite subject for photography. Getting a new perspective on it, this was shot from a distance with the arc of rock wall and arches in the far distance. A close look will be rewarded with a view of Turret arch from a little seen angle.
Monitor and Merimac at Canyonlands, Utah
Desert Reflections Ring Arch in Arches National Park
At the Holly Site in Canyon of the Ancients, Southwest Colorado
Through the Door
From the upper structure, the back side view of the riverbed structure at Holly Site, Canyon of the Ancients, Southwest Colorado.
Island in the Sky, Canyonlands Utah
Solitary Tree at Arches National Park
Solitary Tree with Texture
Puddle Reflection Painted
Bridge to Gold Painted
The Roof Falls Down
The Old Commode House
An Ironton Sack amid Aspens
Collapsed and overgrown Ironton house
Rundown Ironton Shack Embraced by Gold
Ironton Fall through an abandoned living room
Autumn Snow in Ironton
Two Story house at Ironton in Fall
Mesa Arch Valley Sunrise