Category Archives: Structures and Bridges

Creating the Foothills

Slowly were starting to detail the transition from the flatlands to the mountains…. A majority of the rock work is complete, now on to the paint, trees and final detailing. Also, the bridge cassons have been completed and it’s been glued into place. Here are some photos of our current progress. Hope to have more… Continue Reading

Detailing the Mountain

After the rocks were placed and carved in the White plaster was painted with multiple layers of paint in various colors. A base color was added first to cover the all the white, then I used diluted acrylic paint in water. Applied with a water sprayer. This allowed the paint to be added in drips… Continue Reading

The Mountain Begins…

Here’s the beginning of the mountain made out of wood frame covered in wire mesh and one layer of plaster cloth: It’s always a good idea to practice on an area to get the feel of what your going to do for the rest of the mountain: Close up of the rock detail: This is… Continue Reading

Sandstone X Marking the Spot!

Sandstone X Marking the Spot!

X Does Mark the Spot Try as I might, I couldn’t capture the grandeur of White Pocket right away. I would have to head back to this special spot again and again at various times to watch the textures and colors that made up this sedimentary “X” shift in the light.   White Pocket is…

Spring Clouds Over Red Rock

Spring Clouds Art Prints Available A friend of mine was visiting from out of town recently, so we hatched a plan to catch a desert sunrise. I was a little hesitant to go, as I was all set to fly out for a family trip later that afternoon, but I figured I could squeeze in…

Best Camera for A Family Vacation?

Q: What’s the Best Camera to Take on Our Family Vacation? Want to get this content first? Join my monthly Newsletter!  A: This may seem counterintuitive, but you don’t need to haul a lot of fancy photography equipment with you, in order to take beautiful pictures on your next vacation. Instead, the answer today is almost…

Gargoyles in the Desert

Gargoyles in the Desert

Fun exploring the Gargoyles made of Sandstone PURCHASE THIS PRINT Little Finland is a unique spot on the Gold Butte of Southern Nevada. It’s a bit of a dusty ride through the desert in a high clearance 4WD vehicle. There are many unique compositions to consider, here’s a gallery of various images from the area. I…

Sunrise Canmore

Beautiful Canmore! Purchase a print of Canmore Sunrise!

Water Reflections at Badwater, Death Valley NP

Water Reflections at Badwater, Death Valley NP

Not quite a lake, but still quite a bit of water in Badwater Browse the Death Valley Gallery for print options!  The water level in the Badwater salt flats was dropping fast from recent rains but still offered interesting reflections amongst the salt lines. I’m also pleased to announce that I have a new store front…

Sunset at Preacher’s Point-Abraham Lake

Sunset at Preacher’s Point-Abraham Lake

Sunset on Abraham Lake at Preacher’s Point Browse my Full Canadian Winter Landscape Gallery! Preacher’s Point is the beginning of Abraham Lake. It’s where the river enters the lake, which means this area is quite a bit shallower than other parts of the lake. There are cracks and ice breaks and even a few spots…

Interesting Ice Bubbles on Abraham Lake

Interesting Ice Bubbles on Abraham Lake

Who doesn’t love the Ice Bubbles on Abraham Lake in Alberta Canada? Browse my Full Canadian Winter Landscape Gallery on my brand new print store! I don’t remember the first time I saw a photo of the methane bubbles on Abraham Lake, but I remember finding them so interesting that I had to make a…

Iceland Glacier Lagoon Reflections

Iceland Glacier Lagoon Reflections

More Reflections at Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon As I wrote recently here about the calm water at the lagoon on my summer visit, this is another image that captures the glassy water and iceberg reflections! I like the blue hues and tones and imagine floating through the ‘bergs on a paddleboard! I have been to the…

Floating Ice

Floating Ice

Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon Something soothing about these large chunks of glacier ice that are floating through the lagoon out to the ocean. This was one of the few times I’ve been to the lagoon with almost no wind. Long exposures are difficult here as the ice chunks flow. Long exposures are a great way to…

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