67 foot Havasu Falls in Grand Canyon in the Early Morning. #Havasupai
This is #Havasupai, my friends, in the bottom of the Grand Canyon on the Havasupai Indian Reservation in Arizonaland. I go every year and take a group of friends with me; I’ll be taking the biggest group down yet June 6-12th. Cliff jumping is usually a favorite past-time or a nice walk up to the village while being followed by rez dogs! ✨👌
I’ve really learned that this world is sensitive & you’ve gotta pick your battles carefully depending on where your heart lays. Sometimes this means parting with the old paradigms & embracing what you KNOW to be the truth.
Haunted: I had an intuitive feeling that this house was laced with friendlies when I was photographing it. Everything in the house was still intact including clothing still folded nicely in drawers as if someone was still living there. While I was in the living room photographing an old 1960s television set caked in dust, a red coffee cup slipped off the counter in the kitchen and crashed into the floor breaking right when I was hitting the shutter. I was the only one in the house. This was near Fort Sumner, in New Mexico!
Page Brady @pageebrady - certainly didn’t have much to fear standing 3,500 feet above the Colorado River to smile for a photo in the Grand Canyon. She told me a few weeks back about how much of an adventure it was visiting Toroweap! (: I have more of these photos in my archive; I better dig them up!
Walking in Morning Light in #Naco #Mexico - I daydream of this country all the time & have like 28 different versions of Canciòn Mixteca… And this rural decay!? Just south across the border from #Bisbee, #Arizona!
Me, myself and I. Everyone just calls me Talking Tree these days cuz they don’t know my real one! 🔫💀🌀
The location of this old steam shovel was the Iron Mines before it was relocated to Frontier Homestead State Park in Cedar City, Utah… So this is an original image.
April in Southern Utah. I feel like posting more photos BUT I want to get out and 🔫 more as soon as school is done!
High Desert Plateau known as Kolob Near Zion National Park in Southern Utah. #tbirdnation
I want to thank Darci, the chief editor at @elanmagazine for this nice full-length article on my work in their Spring 2014 Edition of Élan. You can purchase a copy at the local Barnes & Noble in St. George.
Hello Sonoran Desert…
Las Vegas, New Mexico in the middle of the night… This town was one of the central filming locations for the Coen Bothers film; No Country for Old Men! I spent a graveyard shift here photographing several locations. One of NM’s most photogenic cities!
Bosque Redondo, the place of suffering. This is where Kit Carson forced marched the Navajo (Diné) People away from their beautiful homelands in Arizona. The water seen here flows through the Pecos River Valley… This image was facing the South not too far from the memorial site. Many people suffered here, both the Mescalero Apache and the Navajo.