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.
My December 2019 Photo of the Month is JT145, a black and white looking East as the Christmas storm that brought snow to Joshua Tree was coming in.
As many of my friends know, I have been visiting Joshua Tree National Park every Christmas for a long time. 2018 was my 13th consecutive year celebrating the Holiday in the park. Things sure have changed.
My February 2018 Photo of the Month is Mastodon Ridge, a black and white image made in the Southern section of Joshua Tree National Park.
My December 2017 Photo of the Month is Christmas Morning 2017, a photograph I made in Joshua Tree National Park.
As 2017 comes to a close, it is time to create my post of my favorite photographs of 2017.
Autumn is only a few weeks away and I wanted to take a moment to reflect on the Summers in Joshua Tree.
Update: Out of respect to others who visited this location before me, I will not tell you how to get to this photo location. I get emails on this all the time – please, don’t bother. I have not told anybody where this is, and don’t plan to. Thanks.
So why would my good friend Jeremy Long and I venture into Joshua Tree National Park in the afternoon heat? Chasing down arches would be the reason. See below for a gallery of images taken in the Coxcomb Rocks area of Joshua Tree National Park.
My February 2017 Photo Of The Month is Fog Bow, an image made in Joshua Tree National Park.