June 2017 Featured Shoot

The summer season here in Las Vegas may officially start June 20, but it can start feeling like summer as early as the beginning of May. With temps that scorch well over 100 degrees, shade becomes a coveted place to be in the summer months. For my featured June shoot I decided to share a session I not only did in shade to help with the high heat but with something even more desirable: water!…

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May 2017 Featured Shoot

The largest gypsum sand dunes in the world can be found in southern New Mexico. It is also one of the most beautiful places in the world to view the full moon, colorful sunsets and desert storms dancing across the land. White Sands National Monument is one of the most photogenic desert landscapes and dunes I have seen which is why I love to photograph landscape compositions, night sky scenes and portraits here. This vastness…

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Welcome to my Adventure Blogs

From the Grand Canyon to the Grand Casinos . . .

Las Vegas and the entire Las Vegas area is one of the most desirable and inspiring places to live and visit. Being outdoors and enjoying what nature has to offer is in abundance here in all forms. Indulging in the different cultures and life styles the entire Southwest has to offer is not only entertaining but maybe even a bit addicting yet…

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Mount Charleston, Nevada

Tall Pines and cool temperatures . . . Most people who know anything about Nevada would not be surprised it holds the record for the driest state in the United States with an average of only 7 inches of rain per year. On the other hand, most would probably be surprised that the state of Nevada has the most mountain ranges than any other state (only behind Alaska) in the continuous United States. The highest peak…

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White Domes hike at Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada

Slot Canyon and old Movie Ruins . . . The Trailhead for White Domes is at the end of the road (dead end) into the Valley of Fire past the Visitor Center. From the West Entrance gate, it is a scenic 3.7 mile drive to the Visitor’s Center turn off. From here it is another 6 miles to the end of this road to reach the White Domes hike. Type: Hike Time: Half Day Adventure…

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Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada

Largest State Park with the best camp sites . . . Valley of Fire State Park is one of the best places to see the beautiful red rock formations that are unique to our valley. Less than an hour from Las Vegas, take the #75 exit off the I-15 North. The west entrance to the Valley of Fire is 11 miles from this exit which includes a 24 hour gas station and small Indian casino/gift shop.…

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