@mesaverdenationalpark's cliff palace at sunset.
I'm sad to say I didn't have my camera with me when I happened upon this incredible sunrise at the Provo City Center Temple, so I guess my iPhone camera will have to do. #ldstemple #sunrise #provo
The stark contrast between the orange rocks and blue sky at @mesaverdenationalpark was absolutely incredible. There's a reason the state signs say Welcome to Colorful Colorado.
The beautiful bride, Elizabeth.
While visiting the zoo recently, I took this photo real fast as I passed a fish tank. It turned out way cooler than I was expecting (it's even better blown up). I think I might make it the background on my computer. The bubbles are calming. Also, happy eclipse day! Is anyone else planning to be actively disinterested?
Even though it was an outside wedding in the mountains, I decided to bring my backdrop and lights to get a couple studio style portraits of the bride and groom. The wind was blowing my backdrop all over the place (and blowing my lights over), but we managed to get a few good shots.
Scraggly tree in Mesa Verde National Park (@mesaverdenationalpark) overlooking the beautiful Cortez Valley. This is one that I'll definitely be printing and hanging up on my wall.
I've driven past this old Catholic church (it burned down in the 70s) in Antonito, Colorado, my whole life and always wanted to take a picture. On my last trip home, I finally did. When I took this picture, I was lying on my back on top of broken glass and rusty nails, but I'm happy to report I made it out of there without getting tetanus.
It's been a long time since I posted on Instagram. April was the last time, actually. I got fed up with Instagram's arbitrary changes to its algorithm. Surprisingly, they didn't reach out to me personally to ask how they could get my business back. Oh well. It's been a nice break anyway. So I'm back now, and I plan to start posting regularly again starting with this beauty from a recent wedding in the Colorado mountains. The Rio Grande and the pine covered mountains of Alamosa Canyon were a stunning backdrop.