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Exploring the Timeless Beauty of Snow-Laden Sand Harbor, Lake Tahoe

Exploring the Timeless Beauty of Snow-Laden Sand Harbor, Lake Tahoe

Posted by Keith Peters on Jan 7th 2024

Sand Harbor Sand Harbor is nestled within the Sierra Nevada mountain range as a year-round testament to nature's magnificence. This iconic locale on Lake Tahoe's northeastern shore, straddling the Nevada-California border, boasts unparalleled beauty and recreational opportunities.  Renowne …
Utah's Snow Canyon State Park

Utah's Snow Canyon State Park

Posted by Keith Peters on Dec 6th 2023

Snow Canyon State Park is a geological wonder nestled in the red rock country of southwestern Utah, only 11 miles northwest of St. George, Utah. This stunning park covers an area of approximately 7,400 acres and is renowned for its striking red and white Navajo sandstone cliffs, petrified dunes, and …
The Enchanting Beauty of Kanarra Falls

The Enchanting Beauty of Kanarra Falls

Posted by Keith Peters on Nov 15th 2023

When you think of Utah's stunning landscapes, the five national parks of Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyon Lands, Capital Reef, and Zion spring to mind. Each park has its unique beauty, and visiting each location is highly recommended; however, each park is a victim of their success, with each receiving …
Vulture City Ghost Town: Back From the Dead

Vulture City Ghost Town: Back From the Dead

Posted by Keith Peters on Aug 8th 2023

Head Frame and Vulture PeakThe Vulture City Ghost Town is the remains of a thriving town built to support Arizona’s most productive gold mine.The Vulture Mine began in 1863 when Henry Wickenburg, a California gold rush prospector, discovered a quartz outcropping containing gold in Maricopa County in …
Painted Desert Trading Post

Painted Desert Trading Post

Jul 20th 2023

Standing alone along an abandoned section of Route 66’s original 1926 alignment is the Painted Desert Trading Post.2026 will mark the 100th anniversary of U.S. Route 66. Living in Arizona, the upcoming centennial is a big deal. Arizona is home to 250 miles of state-maintained road, including 158 m …
Petrified Forest National Park

Petrified Forest National Park

Jul 11th 2023

Painted Desert Sunset From The Petrified ForestArizona is home to three national parks, one of which is the Petrified Forest National Park. The park is a stunning destination in northeastern Arizona, boasting a unique landscape. This small incredible park is home to a vast collection of petrified …
Vintage Texaco Gas Station in Yarnell, Arizona

Vintage Texaco Gas Station in Yarnell, Arizona

Jun 27th 2023

Before 1921, interstate roads in America, as we know them today, did not exist. Most routes only served their local communities and were not built to link to other communities. Local businesses created and managed the few existing interstate roads to support commerce. Still, they were not much …
 Saguaro Cactus Bloom

Saguaro Cactus Bloom

May 6th 2023

There is no more iconic image of the southwest than the Saguaro Cactus, representing the rugged beauty of the desert landscape. While the cactus itself is impressive, towering up to 40 feet tall and living for over 100 years, it is during the bloom season that the Saguaro truly shines. Saguaro …
Crater Lake

Crater Lake

Posted by Keith Peters on Jan 13th 2023

Crater Lake is a beautiful, deep blue lake located in south-central Oregon in the United States.  The lake formed around 7,700 years ago when Mount Mazama's volcano collapsed and created a caldera with a depth of 2,148 feet. Over time the caldera filled with water fed by rain and snow, forming …
Some Barns of Washington State

Some Barns of Washington State

Posted by Keith Peters on Dec 8th 2022

In mid-June, we received a commission to photograph a barn by a large corporate client to photograph a traditional farm barn for a 9x32-foot wall in their corporate office. The client gave us basic ideas of what they wanted but also gave us some artistic freedom. As we live in Arizona, a state not …
Monument Valley Tribal Park

Monument Valley Tribal Park

Oct 29th 2022

As landscape photographers, we are at the mercy of mother nature regarding the weather and lighting, so we need to be able to travel in a way that allows us some flexibility in our schedule. In order to have this flexibility, we travel via an RV, so finding a place to stay is the first order of any …