Author Archives: Greg

Nature photographer in the Intermountain West

Yosemite in Winter

I first visited Yosemite National Park twice in the late 1980’s, both times in June. I entered the park from the east and spent time in the vast, high country. Eventually I made my way west and entered […]

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Geyser Gazing

Another great summer season of Yellowstone visitation is coming to a close today, as November temperatures drop and deep snow soon arrives. I spent Friday doing a bit of geyser gazing in the western part […]

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Autumn in Rocky Mountain National Park

Autumn is a great time to visit Rocky Mountain National Park. Crowds have thinned. Leaves are turning. And the elk are bugling. I just returned from several days in the park. I was thrilled to […]

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September in the Tetons

This month is one of my favorites to spend in the Tetons. Each day the leaves get prettier. And the views are almost always awesome. For the third consecutive year, we’ve staked out a spot […]

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Mesa Arch Moonshine

Canyonlands National Park in southeastern Utah receives significantly fewer visitors than most of the other Utah national parks. But the people who do go almost invariably visit one particular spot, at one specific time of […]

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New Limited Edition Prints

Four new exclusive limited edition prints have just been added to our available inventory. The first two images are from the slot canyon known as “The Subway” in the wilderness of Zion National Park. There’s […]

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Yellowstone Winter Wonderland

Winter can be harsh in Yellowstone National Park. Indeed, heavy snowfall means closure of most of the park roads to automobile traffic. While some animals, most notably bears, escape the harshness of winter through hibernation, […]

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Onaqui Wild Horses

Wild horses are common in parts of Utah, particularly the western part of the state. In the Skull Valley, the Onaqui herd is one of the most impressive herds of wild horses I’ve seen. When […]

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Zion Subway

In much of Zion, ‘limited access’ means having to deal with the shuttle system providing transportation to specific locations in the main canyon.  For those willing to venture off into the wilderness, however, there’s the […]

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Teton Dawn at Schwabacher Landing

There are several iconic spots not to be missed on any visit to Grand Teton National Park. Schwabacher Landing is one such spot. On still autumn mornings, the warm first light of the day gently […]

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