“Lunar Eclipse Blood Moon over Phoenix” North Scottsdale, AZ (Click on above photo to view larger and to order prints)
This 18 photo composite shows the entire lunar eclipse from April 14&15, 2014 starting with the moon on the far left at 10:45pm, peaking with a blood moon at 12:46am in the top center, and ending at 2:45am on the right.
The days are long, the sun is strong, and there is always work to be done. Your work defines you and just by looking you can tell Old Betsy here has done her share of hard work over the years. Yet there is still more to be done…
“It’s a Tough Job…” Scottsdale, AZ This is a Suess Original and only one piece is available. For availability see here.
Earlier in the year I opened one of the best letters I have received, notifying me that I was accepted as an artist for one of the most prominent art shows in the West, the 24th annual Celebration of Fine Art in Scottsdale, Arizona.
The 10 week show features more than 40,000 square feet of working studios and works of art by 100 top-rated artists from throughout the country.
Normally a crystal clear river, after a weekend storm in Zion National Park the Virgin River turned a beautiful chocolate brown and was running fast.
Zion National Park, Utah (Click on photo to view larger and to purchase singed & numbered fine art photographs)
While hiking along the river I found this rock cairn in the middle of it. By both photographing on an overcast day and using my Singh-Ray Vari-N-Duo thin-ring polarizing variable neutral density filter, I was able to slow down my shutter speed long enough to give the river a smooth and silky look.