Now a Distant Memory

For me, fall is never long enough. Location: White Mountains of Arizona.

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2019 Landscape Calendar

For anyone interested, my 2019 Creationscapes calendar has been released. You can use this link to preview the images selected as well as pick up a copy if you like.

2019 Creationscapes calendar

A Blanket of Many Colors

The Arizona sky bids the day, Adieu, as it pulls a blanket of many colors over the Sonoran desert. The silhouetted saguaro cactus anchors the sprawling landscape as the colorful sunset provides new opportunities for the imagination.

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Solar Magic

The solar eclipse of May 20, 2012 was an annular solar eclipse that was visible in a band spanning through Eastern Asia, the Pacific Ocean, and North America. This particular shot was taken from Fish Creek Hill on the Apache Trail east of Phoenix, Arizona.

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A Photo Menagerie

Good Day,

I wanted to share some of my latest work with you.

Cheers,
Rick

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Good Evening Arizona

With a huge thunderstorm thrashing everything in its path creeping up behind us, our trek westward out of Globe (AZ), while hurried, permitted us to witness a gorgeous sunset complete with crepuscular rays. I couldn’t pass this one up. The vibrant pink, purple, rad and orange hues coated the desert landscape while the sky above produced a deep azure. The clouds were placed perfectly to produce a brief moment of utter beauty.

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Angel Window

While the trip to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon takes a little more planning, it is well worth the effort. Further driving distance + less consumerism = smaller crowds. Sunrises and sunsets, while from a different perspective, are just as dramatic. Angel window can be seen en-route to Point Cape Royal and if you catch the lighting just right you’ll be rewarded with a magical memory. I am always amazed at the people I meet living in Arizona who have yet to visit this place. © Rick FurmanekWEB-2965

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