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Sand Stone Formation and Clouds

Sand Stone Formation and Clouds Tuba City Arizona

Lower Antelope Canyon Page Arizona

Kodachrome Basin Utah

Rock against Blue Sky Blue Canyon Arizona

Canyon Wall and Bushes Paria Canyon Arizona

Canyon Wall and Bushes Paria Canyon Arizona

Sand Stone Rock and Clouds

Approaching Storm and Dry Lake Bed Luepe Arizona

Approaching Storm and Dry Lake Bed Luepe Arizona

Petrified Woods and Blue Sky

Coyote Buttes Waves Arizona

Coyote Buttes Waves Arizona

Balanced Rock Lee's Ferry Arizona

Balanced Rock Lee's Ferry Arizona

Detail of Delicate Arch Arches National Park Utah

Paria Canyon Detail Arizona / Utah

Paria Canyon Detail Arizona / Utah

Hudoos at Blue Canyon Arizona

Water Hole Canyon Page Arizona

Detail of Water Hole Canyon Page Arizona

Sand Stone Against Blue Sky Tuba City Arizona

Round Sand Stone Tuba City Arizona

Delicate Arch against Blue Sky Arches National Park Utah

Delicate Arch against Blue Sky Arches National Park Utah

Rocks on Dry Wash Southern Utah

Double Arch against Sky Arches National Park Utah

Double Arch against Sky Arches National Park Utah

Sand Stone Surface Paria Canyon Arizona

Sand Stone Rock Tuba City Arizona

North Window Arches National Park Utah

North Window Arches National Park Utah

Three Rock at Sunset Arizona

Three Silhouette Rocks at Sunset Northern Arizona

San Francisco Peaks from Distance Leupe Arizona

San Francisco Peaks from Distance Leupe Arizona

Red Planet Series:

Driving through Arizona, I sometimes feel like I‘m on a different planet, almost in outer space, far from Earth. . . Looking up at the sky, dark blue, almost black, makes me feel like I’m the only one left. If I let my strength leave my feet, I feel like I could reach the other side of the sky. Mysteriously, it compels everything to that unknown place. Between the sky and the ground, air flows freely. Sometimes it’s so still that it absorbs every sound. Sometimes it turns into a raging river and pushes around everything it touches. Rocks try to stand still. Some brake into little pieces, some show their skin, others attempt to root to the ground. No matter what they turn into, they all look up at the sky

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