Dinosaur National Monument stradles the border between Utah and Colorado, near the confluence of the Green and Yampa Rivers. Mostly in Colorado, there are so many wonders packed into an area of roughly 330 square miles. Consequently, it is a premiere destination for photographers. Continue reading Dinosaur National Monument
We just posted new photographs taken in Nebraska this last fall. Yellow grasses, sage, and warm light gave the prairie a special glow that captured our imagination. We could almost see pioneers crossing this sea of grass on their way to Oregon.
Some of our favorites spots include Scotts Bluff National Monument, Fort Robinson State Park, and the wacky Carhenge.
Take a look at the photographs.
You will not forget the first time you see Devils Tower. Approaching from the south on Highway 24, the tower suddendly appears from the top of the last rise in the road. It is a solitary sentinel on the rolling plains surrounding the Black Hills, near the Belle Fourche River. It is easy to understand why Theodore Roosevelt established Devils Tower National Monument as our nation’s first national monument. Continue reading Devils Tower National Monument
In southeastern Arizona is Chiricahua National Monument, a geologic wonder. Located in the Chiricahua Mountains, the monument is about 40 miles south east of Willcox, Arizona. Continue reading Chiricahua National Monument