Valley of Fire, just an hour outside of Las Vegas along the shores
of Lake Mead is one of Nevada's most colorful secrets.
to the Past (Chaco Canyon)
Ancient dwellers built these multistory complexes. Construction of
these "great houses" began as early as A.D. 850. It is a
powerful feeling to stand where they stood.
Kiva (Bandolier National Monument)
Covered Kivas are rare most filled in a long time ago. Only a
few have been restored to their original condition. I went here early
in the morning, climbed the kiva ladders to this high cave and sat
inside the earth.
Creek Falls (Grand Staircase Escalante)
Wildlife also frequent these pools that offer an oasis in these arid
The farther you go into the back canyons, the more secrets they hold.
This canyon looked like it pinched off and ended but this spot is
hidden right up at the end of the canyon.
Place (Valley of Fire)
A palette of pastel colors and shapes.
or Outies? (Capitol Reef)
Often I like to display a print different from its true orientation it's
a whole new way of viewing the world.
Small nests reside in the bottom of this striped home.
Pool Falls (Zion National Park)
Dwellers (Valley of Fire)
up to 30" x 70" available. Call for pricing.