Red Rock Canyon

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.

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 Versions

Digging about in a folder this eve called Family Archives which I am planning on sending to the family on disc when it’s complete, I found the three versions of this photo. I think it was taken at Spring Mountain… Read More ›

Northbound Grunge

In this re-worked photo you are headed north on Charleston Boulevard. The overlays really alter the mood… Perhaps the 1890’s but with a modern road.

Desert Tourists

I made some different versions of this photo of tourists just learning what a great place Red Rock Canyon and the Mojave Desert really is.

The Noir Joshua Tree

Dark, dank and dangerous is this dark Joshua Tree, lurking somewhere in the Mojave Desert waiting to penetrate your body with it’s hundreds of deathly sharp tines! Be careful where you roam!