North-central Oregon is home to a geologic gem called John Day Fossil Beds National Monument. It is made up of three units: the Painted Hills, Clarno, and Sheep Rock.
In this post, we are going to feature the Painted Hills Unit. Read on to learn more about this amazing location and see some photographs from our gallery.
Continue reading The Painted Hills Unit of the John Day Fossil Beds
Frequent storms batter the Oregon coast during the winter months. However, if you brave the tempestuous weather, you will be rewarded with picturesque lighthouses, thundering surf, haystack rocks, graceful bridges, beaches, and an iconic shipwreck. For the photographer, nothing could be better! Continue reading The Oregon Coast in Winter
February along the Pacific coast of California can be windy, rainy, and foggy – all the elements you need for atmospheric photos. Along the way you can see bridges, lighthouses, seashores, and driftwood. Here is a gallery of photographs taken from the Marin Headlands up through Crescent City, California. Continue reading Pacific Coast of California
Please enjoy this new gallery of photos from Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah, highlighting the brilliant limestone and mudstone pinnacles of the Clarion Formation. To purchase any photos contact us or go to our gallery site at williamhorton.zenfolio.com. Continue reading Bryce Canyon National Park
In autumn, the San Juan Mountains of Colorado are brilliant shades of yellow, orange, and red. Take a virtual trip along high mountains roads, past mining ruins, through forests of aspens and oaks, and along the many streams and rivers. Continue reading San Juan Mountains in Autumn
Located mostly in Colorado, the 8000-foot San Luis Valley is part of the Rio Grande Rift and is home to Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve, the town of San Luis, The Highway of Legends, and the Los Caminos Antiguos. Continue reading San Luis Valley of Colorado