capturing moods, moments and memories on my travels
Mesa Arch, Utah
As the sun rises over Canyonlands National Park, it causes the underside of Mesa Arch to glow bright orange - well worth the long drive and hike in the dark to witness.
Okovango River, Botswana
This illustrates why the most efficient way to traverse the Okovango Delta is by air...
Horseshoe Bend, Arizona
Although an amazing place to be at sunrise or sunset, only in the middle of the day does the high sun illuminate the beautiful colors of the Colorado River below.
Antelope Canyon, Arizona
Tunnels within tunnels and abstract beauty everywhere you look in Antelope Canyon.
Double Arch, Utah
The iconic Double Arch in Arches National Park - mind blowing to think it was once a giant piece of solid rock, simply eroded by water over a long long long time...
Provo River, Utah
Peace and serenity at the Provo River waterfalls in the Uinta Mountains
Shafer Canyon Road, Utah
Shafer Canyon Road, made famous by the final scene in Thelma & Louise - not a drive for the faint of heart!
Monteleone d'Orvieto, Umbria
Sun rays illuminate a lone tree on top of a hill overlooking an Umbrian countryside village
Bryce Canyon, Utah
A little bit of Mars on Earth (aka Bryce Canyon) for those of us who cannot afford galactic space travel.
Upper Antelope Canyon, Arizona
A clenched fist appears to stretch its way out of the rock wall in Upper Antelope Canyon near Page, Arizona.
Natural Arch, Utah
The beautiful Natural Arch at Bryce Canyon National Park. With all its rock formations (arches, windows and hoodoos) this place is like nowhere else on earth - some parts feel like you're walking around another planet.
Humboldt Redoods, California
Driving through the Humboldt Redwoods State Park, I saw a wall of mist ahead of me, but the winding road beckoned me to keep going.
Torres del Paine, Chile
This is your reward for a 22km 10 hour hike: a shimmering emerald lake at the base of the Torres del Paine
Juniper Tree in Arches National Park
It looked as if it had been wracked by tornados and burned by infernos, but was quite alive and persevering in the harsh extremes of a desert climate.
Lagoa de Fogo
One of two shimmering crater lakes in the massive volcanic caldera of Sao Miguel in the Azores. This is as green as the other is blue: formed, according to local legend from the tears shed by a green-eyed princess and a blue-eyed shepherd when forced to part by their king.