Thoughts

Native American Rock Art

Photographed at Red Spring the other day, this ancient Indian rock art is almost right against the new boardwalk, so easy to get nice clean photos of it. This site has been inhabited by humans for thousands of years because… Read More ›

The Canyon

A goofy title right? I forgot the name of this canyon located right behind the stables for the Horseback rides, couldn’t find it in a search either. I’ve hiked it before, it was a tough one the further in you… Read More ›

Damselfly

This lone Damselfly fluttered in my face a bit then landed on an ancient seafloor boulder near me. Of course I had to go for the shot! I remember these little beauties landing on me as a boy in Michigan… Read More ›

Pop -n- Coffee

Here in the Desert Southwest people refer to Pop as Soda, this sounds so dumb to me! I use the word Pop in restaurants, I sometimes get that look which says your not from here are you? No, I’m not… Read More ›

Symmetrical Graffiti

This nonsense was painted on the side of a large cube truck, destruction of private property. Isn’t that what graffiti is all about? Inner City Rebels? You can leave anytime you want you know…

Twisting and Turning

These photos were taken inside the BLM Fee area where you must pay to enter. Beautiful views mile after mile! I don’t like the idea of an entrance fee in this location as Americans have already paid said fee with… Read More ›

Eat

This was once on the wall in my apartment kitchen – I removed it. Uhg.

Escarpment Beauty

The Red Rock Escarpment is a natural fault line running north and south at this location near Red Rock Canyon proper a few miles north of here.

End of Life

It’s piston and crankshaft no longer rotate or go up and down, it’s life has come to it’s end. Powered down never to power up again.

The Valley

Just outside of Las Vegas you can find some serious peace and quiet almost anywhere. The rat race that is a big city gives way to calmness and serenity of the Mojave Desert. ❤️