Geology

Durango at Summerlin Parkway

Taken yesterday on the way to my pharmacy, I crossed over the bridge that passes over Summerlin Parkway. Looking west you see the Red Rock Escarpment many miles west of me. The Escarpment is a Fault Line.

Elevations and Lines

You are looking way down and east! My photography is often just plain old weird isn’t it? I tend to photograph things that aren’t likely to be of much interest to others. That said, I would like to know what… Read More ›

Four Cells

A joy ride today found me high above the valley floor in the Burbs. Stopping on a little-used road I grabbed this photo of four horrid looking cell towers. Honestly, I believe they look better, less obtrusive without the faux… Read More ›

Drone Selfie

The selfie thing has never been popular with me, it’s far too narcissistic but here are three oldies…

The Summerlin Peaks

This is an older photo, I tried to clean it up but it didn’t cooperate much… The Summerlin Peaks are located on the west of the valley.

A Bit of The Mummy

While I was out and about today I was able to get a bit of Mummy Mountain in this frame. It’s not visible further south if your up against the west side of the valley. The Mummy is 11,545 feet… Read More ›

Visual Perspective

Looking southwest you see a small portion of the Red Rock Escarpment and a few cars, the owners likely on a hike out to the edge of the escarpment. I’ve hiked this before, a tough one for my compromised back…. Read More ›

Pushed Up

In the distance rising steeply is the Red Rock Escarpment. The escarpment is a fault line formed millions of years ago, here it is seen from several miles east near Calico Basin. This is an old photo of mine…

The Negative Desert

Watching Star Trek: First Contact and playing with photo applications. Typical eve in progress in my home. This is what Mars may look like if some people get their way… 😬😎