Wild west

We hand over the cash and agree to meet back here in one hour, before too many people start to turn up. We don’t want to be hungry later, so we set off for some food and some shelter. We hide in the shadows and peer around as people walk past. After about 50 minutes … More Wild west

Wat-er view

With sore eyes and a rumble in our stomachs, we stop at our Inn. Power nap. Now fully rested we head back out in our rented Chevy, buy some food, and continue to Antelope Canyon: the famously fluid sandstone crafted by years of flash floods. We have pre-booked a tour, but throughout the day, dark … More Wat-er view

The hummingbird

Bugger! My 35mm lens is too wide for the distance I need to capture this airborne mass of sugar and energy in front of me. I crouch. Slowly. Raise the camera to my eye and move forward in gradual, squat-like steps, doing my best not to make any unnecessary movements… The happy dictation of the … More The hummingbird

Silhouette sun set

I lift the filter coffee to my lips, close my eyes and breathe in hundreds of miles of America – gas stations, roadside diners, and bar & grills drift past; solitary vehicles caress smooth roads born in beautiful vistas. I open my eyes and gaze at my fiancée. We have stopped for a late lunch in … More Silhouette sun set