Often at Red Rock crossing, which is one of the most spectacular spots on earth, I’m looking for a spectacular shot with lots of dramatic cloud. Yesterday I went again: a cloudless sky; with nothing in mind. What a revelation and liberation, noticing all the often overlooked. Beauty everywhere. And suddenly the unspectacular becomes spectacular! Continue reading
If you have ever wondered where the beautiful reliefs and landscape art along Phoenix’ freeways come from: It’s Charles Schiffner’s creativity that is behind it. Yesterday, my friend, the realtor expert David Hill, on the left, guided us into Cornville’s backyard where we met Charles at his hideaway. Take a short trip together with us to this warm hearted place in Arizona’s natural wonderland. Continue reading
At Beaver Creek, I found beautiful places with incredible water reflections. On one spot, right next to the flowing water the water was completely still and gave crystal clear images of the colorful foliage and the blue sky above.
I took many pictures with various settings. Continue reading
Discovering hidden treasures of art in nature is always fascinating to me. These days, Beaver Creek, South East of Sedona, is incredibly rich of those treasures: colored fall leaves, tree structures, colored rocks, water reflections…
Abundant beauty! Continue reading
Yesterday, Veeno and I drove to the Grand Canyon to enjoy a sunrise. Leaving Sedona at 3am and being back at 10am, a trip like this is always a joyful adventure together. The conditions were not the best. But Grand Canyon is always generous! Continue reading
Photographers call the first and the last hour of sunlight the Golden Hour because lighting is softer and warmer when the sun is near or below the horizon. – Strolling in a dry river bed in the evening, and the magic was there… Continue reading
The Wide Golden West
While North of Sedona, in the Oak Creek Canyon, Fall is presenting it’s incredible palette of colors, in the South of Sedona the wide landscape still is covered with golden flower carpets. These pictures were taken during the last two days between Sedona and Cottonwood, on Loy Butte Road (Forest 525 Road).
Oak Creek Canyon, North of Sedona is full of gold! All ye gold seekers, a great pleasure is waiting for you… Continue reading
How would it be when politicians, leaders, photographers, human beings, would take life as a playground. No goal, no purpose, no believes, no prejudices…
Enjoying every moment as it is, looking fresh at everything which occurs, sunshine and rain, laughter and tears, all at it’s time…