Posts Tagged:Patchin Pictures

Keystone Thrust Sunrise

The hill, or thrust, on which this picture was taken is a unique geologic feature because the rocks on top are older than those on the bottom. We enjoyed the peaceful morning waiting for the sunrise. Because this image is a full 360 degree view, it is also part of our Red Rock National Conservation Area…

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Zion Winter Sunset

I stood in this field for more than an hour as the sun moved behind the trees and then behind the mountain. I enjoyed watching the light change, moving from sharp back lighting to intensely deep blues and pinks as the sun completely disappeared. I took many panoramic shots as the light changed. This 180…

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Colorful Clouds at Lee Canyon

I shot this in July, 2014 along Lee Canyon Road, Nevada on the way to Mt. Charleston. I didn’t get around to post-processing it until April, 2015. This is a 180 degree panorama. These are some of the most intense and colorful clouds I’ve ever seen, and I’m very pleased I was there to get…

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I Could Have Shot that with My Phone

Are we losing our ability to discern good from bad? What’s the difference between junk snapshots and artistic photography? As we browse through social media sites, endless photo sharing sites, and other online newsfeeds, we see hundreds, maybe thousands of pictures daily. The ubiquitous nature of photography diminishes the value and uniqueness of good photographs.…

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Bike Roundup

I had a lot of fun making this complicated composite, working with four of my favorite things: cycling, Red Rock, photography and photo editing. Thank you to my friend Eric Sande for being the cycling cowboy and providing some of the bikes. Without his classic bikes, this picture would not be nearly as cool or…

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