This past week, a couple of hikers found Bill Ewasko1, missing in Joshua Tree National Park for nearly 12 years. I was delighted at this news and hope this brought his family some closure, and had some personal thoughts of my own on how we seek destinations known and unknown, and the dangers that wait.
My December 2021 Photo of the Month is JT292, taken on Christmas Eve in Joshua Tree National Park as a storm was clearing the desert.
For the 16th consecutive year, I spent Christmas in Joshua Tree National Park.
For the latest in my series of Unprocessed Sunday images, I look through my catalog of Joshua Tree National Park photographs.
Unprocessed Sunday is back as I seek to find more images from the vault that I have never touched. In this post, I located images from the years 2006 to the present. Not a single image here was ever touched or processed until I created this blog post.
My December 2020 Photo of the Month is JT163, a photograph made on Christmas Eve in Joshua Tree National Park.
After 2018, I swore I would never do it again, but once again, I couldn’t help much visit Joshua Tree for Christmas again.
I am staying inside but I am aware of the beautiful clouds outside! So on that note, I have decided to work on the archive and share some of my favorite cloud photographs. Let’s call them Cloudscapes.
My February 2020 Photo of the Month is JT150, taken as a storm was clearing over Pinto Mountain in Joshua Tree National Park.
As somebody who has been visiting Joshua Tree National Park (or at one time, Monument…) my entire life, I ponder things. One of them was the name of the Boy Scout Trail, which doesn’t match the naming convention of other places in the Park1