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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 28th 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 …
Exploring Arizona Wine Country

Exploring Arizona Wine Country

Sep 26th 2022

Sonoita AVAWhen one thinks of domestic vineyards and wines, California comes to mind. This is no surprise as California is king, with over 4,800 wineries producing over 649 million gallons of wine in 2021. The closest state to California is Washington, with 450 wineries, the state of Arizona finds …
Wild Horses - Monument Valley

Wild Horses - Monument Valley

Posted by Keith Peters on Sep 12th 2022

Pinto Horses are just as iconic of the southwest as the surrounding rock formations of Monument Valley. When you visit the Monument Valley Tribal Park, you may encounter the wild horses that roam through the park. These horses have been part of the landscape for hundreds of years, adding to this a …
Vintage Texaco Gas Station in Yarnell, Arizona

Vintage Texaco Gas Station in Yarnell, Arizona

Aug 15th 2022

Up until the 1920s, interstate roads in America were created and managed by local businesses to support their commerce. However, this resulted in a hodgepodge array of disconnected roads. In 1921 the US government enacted the Federal Aid Highway Act of 1921, providing funds to states to develop a …
Reflections of Nature Scenes are Stunning and Engaging

Reflections of Nature Scenes are Stunning and Engaging

Jul 20th 2022

There is something magical about a stunning nature scene reflected in the still water. It is hard to describe why we are drawn to these images. Is it that we experience the beauty of the scene twice in one photograph, or is it the calm feeling of the still water combined with a stunning view? …
Salt River Wild Horses

Salt River Wild Horses

Jun 3rd 2022

The Wild Horses Of The Salt River are a group of majestic horses roaming the lower Salt River in the Tonto National Forest, just outside of Mesa, Arizona. These horses are a prime icon of the wild, free spirit of the American West. For this reason, the people of Arizona consider these wild hors …
Fine Art Photography at Work: The Impact of Workplace Art

Fine Art Photography at Work: The Impact of Workplace Art

Jun 3rd 2022

Demand for building features that enhance human comfort and encourage positive behaviors that support a “mind, body, spirit” approach is rising in all building types.  Bringing art into the workplace is critical in making employees feel good about their workspaces, resulting in a more producti …
Power Of The Flower

Power Of The Flower

Apr 28th 2022

Nothing announces the arrival of spring more than flowers. Flowers can trigger happy emotions, heighten positive thoughts, and positively impact your daily life. A recent Rutgers University study found that flowers are a natural and healthful way to manage your day-to-day mood. Your day-t …
Yavapai Vista Trail with Snow -  Sedona

Yavapai Vista Trail with Snow - Sedona

Posted by Keith Peters on Mar 11th 2022

Sedona, Arizona, is known worldwide for its fantastic red rock formations, and locals and tourists alike flock here in the summer to enjoy the many great hikes and enjoy the cool water of Oak Creek. During the summer months, the town and surrounding area can be very crowded. In the winter months, …
Joshua Tree Forest Arizona Horse Encounter

Joshua Tree Forest Arizona Horse Encounter

Posted by Keith Peters on Feb 18th 2022

We took a trip to explore the Joshua Tree Forest along Arizona Joshua Forest Scenic Road to capture the beauty of this area. To our surprise, three beautiful horses made an appearance out of the forest.When you hear the term Joshua Tree, you might think of the Joshua Tree National Forest in souther …