Enjoy these photos from the past two months, all taken by Paul Martini. Name that movie...
This has been an ongoing project for years, getting a lightning strike with a flare stack blazing in Montezuma Creek. This is the third one, I think the best yet. - Paul Martini
A pumpkin-spice landscape with milk. - Paul Martini
Jupiter in opposition on 9/26 with Andromeda on the left side. Paul Martini
Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell: The Sediment Problem Peter Winn In 1969, I took the tour though Glen Canyon Dam just before putting in on a Grand Canyon trip. One of the posters in the dam's visitor center explained that by holding back sediment carried by the Colorado River (Spanish for “red colored” river), … Continue reading Dammed if You Do, Dammed if You Don’t
Historical Fiction by Doug Ross Rafting the lower San Juan River in the early rubber boats, circa 1950. Note the old-style inflatable life-belts. All photographs courtesy of Doug Ross. Editor's. Note: This story was originally published by the Canyon Echo and the San Juan County Historical Commission in July 1996 as part of the ‘Life Along the … Continue reading July 1996: After All These Years… Boating the San Juan Before Glen Canyon Dam
It was hot. There’s no other way to say it. Just plain hot. Summer hot. Desert hot.
"I often think that the night is more alive and more richly colored than the day" -Van Gogh
"...a really good photograph will ask more than it answers."