November 2009 | Active Light Photography | Photo Tours to Hidden Destinations, Anasazi Ruins
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Foreign Travel In Arizona

Foreign Travel In Arizona

  So what do you do after Canyon de Chelly? Our next stop was Albuquerque, and that pretty well dictated our route from Chinle – U.S. 191 south to Arizona/New Mexico Highway 264, then a short dogleg south on U.S. 491, through the heart of the Navajo Nation....
Rustic Elegance In Southern Colorado

Rustic Elegance In Southern Colorado

I was riding shotgun with an eye for rural scenery when the gently rolling fields and Rocky Mountain backdrop told me ‘full stop’. “I really like that ranch house and the wheel line sprinklers. Pull over right… there.” People have farmed...

New Features For Old Strobes

Radiopopper‘s JrX promises 128:1 manual flash output adjustment with wireless triggering. For most professional and semi-pro photographers on location, that’s a big deal, especially over long distances and through wooden walls. There’s just one catch...
Mesa Verde – Keep Out?

Mesa Verde – Keep Out?

I knew what to expect at Mesa Verde. This was the first major ruin site rediscovered in the U.S. Southwest, and it’s been a national park since 1906. It’s been heavily visited over the years, and that resulted in the present policy that closes most ruins...