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William Horton of William Horton Photography specializes in fine art, landscapes and nature, architecture, and classic cars. On this site, you can view  portfolios, keep up with the latest news, and learn more about our services. Make yourself at home!

NEW PORTFOLIOS

  • A panoramic view of Palo Duro State Park near Amarillo, Texas. Palo Duro Canyon - Palo Duro Canyon State Park is a short distance southeast of Amarillo, Texas. Whenever we travel through Amarillo, we always make a stop at Palo Duro to enjoy the ever-changing scenery.
  • This ceremonial mace is part of a scene containing wax mannequins at Jones Archaeological Museum in Moundville Archaeological Park near Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Moundville Archaeological Park - Moundville Archaeological Park is south of Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The park protects 326 areas along the Black Warrior River. Within Moundville are the remains of an ancient Mississippian settlement. And at its height, this settlement consisted of 29 flat-topped earthen mounds, surrounding a large central plaza.
  • Ferns make a home on the bark of this ancient tree on a shady street in Evergreen, Alabama Evergreen, Alabama Photographs - Evergreen, Alabama is my childhood home. To quote  Lynyrd Skynyrd, Sweet Home Alabama! I make yearly trips back to south Alabama. And, when I am there, I try to take a few photos.
  • Montezuma Castle is a Sinaguan cliff dwelling near present-day Camp Verde, Arizona. It is part of Montezuma Castle National Monument. Montezuma Castle and Montezuma Well - Montezuma Castle National Monument, along with the detached unit of Montezuma Well, are about five miles from Camp Verde, Arizona. And, they are well worth a visit if you are interested in photographing ancient architecture.
  • The ruins of a Sinaguan three-story pueblo run along a outcropping in the Verde Valley near Clarkdale, Arizona. The site is the main feature of Tuzigoot National Monument. Tuzigoot National Monument - At Tuzigoot National Monument, the ruins of a pueblo crown a ridge east of Clarkdale, Arizona. From this ridge, ancient Sinaguans had a panoramic view of the Verde Valley. Today, Tuzigoot’s prominent position provides multiple opportunities for dramatic photographs.
  • The surrounding red and buff sandstone cliffs are visible from under the overhang of an alcove containing pictographs at Palatki Heritage Site near Sedona, Arizona. Palatki Heritage Site - If you are visiting Sedona, you need to make the trip out to the Palatki Heritage Site to view the ancient pictographs. It is about 18 miles northwest of town, on Forest Road, which is off Forest Service Road 525 (N. Loy Butte Rd.). 
  • Closeup of ancient Sinaguan pictographs and ruins at Honanki Heritage Site, near Sedona, Arizona. Is that a moon figure above the wall? Honanki Heritage Site - If you are visiting Sedona, you need to make the trip out to the Honanki Heritage Site to view the ancient pictographs. It is about 20 miles northwest of town, on Forest Service Road 525 (N. Loy Butte Rd.).
  • Petroglyphs at Three Rivers Petroglyph Site north of Alamogordo, New Mexico. Three Rivers Petroglyph Site - Thirty-five miles north of Alamogordo is Three Rivers Petroglyph Site. At this site, there are over 21,000 petroglyphs within an area of 50 acres. The site is half-way between Corrizozo and Tularosa, off US Highway 54.
  • Overlapping sheets of plastic sheets were sprinkled with dots cut from the plastic. Then the composition was photographed through an upper and lower polarizing filter. This is part of my Garbography Series. Garbography: Valuing the Discarded - The series Garbography: Valuing the Discarded reverses the value of objects. By using discarded materials to refract and modify light, I find surprising shapes, tones, and colors.
  • In the English countryside stands this stately grouping of trees in a field along the A30 spur road in Devonshire, England. English Countryside Photographs - English Countryside Photographs is a collection of architectural and landscape photographs I took while traveling from London, through the Cotswolds, down to Cornwall.
RECENT NEWS and BLOG POSTS

  • 2019 Black Box Gallery Photo Shoot Show - One of Bill’s Garbography Series photos was chosen for exhibit in Photo Shoot 2019 at Black Box Gallery in Portland, Oregon. The selected photo is “Plastic Topography.”
  • Gadgets, Gizmos, and Gewgaw Workshop handouts - Gadgets, Gizmos, and Gewgaw  by William Horton Workshop for the 2019 Rocky Mountain Outdoor Writers and Photographers Conference in Estes Park, Colorado
  • Get Found and Noticed Workshop Handouts - Get Found and Noticed: SEO for the rest of us by Katherine Horton Workshop for the 2019 Rocky Mountain Outdoor Writers and Photographers Conference in Estes Park, Colorado
  • High-key Architectural Photos in ArtAscent - Two of Bill’s high-key architectural photos appear in the August 2019 issue of ArtAscent Journal: WHITE. ArtAscent is an art and literature digital/print publication. Yay! You can preview or purchase this issue at MagCloud.
  • 2019 Field Work: Landscape and Architecture - One of Bill’s photographs is part of the 2019 Field Work: Landscape and Architecture exhibition at Black Box Gallery in Portland, Oregon. Yay! The selected photo is “Facades.”
  • Three Abstract PHOTOS IN ARTASCENT JOURNAL - Three of Bill’s abstract photographs appear in the June 2019 issue of ArtAscent Journal: ABSTRACT. ArtAscent is an art and literature digital/print publication. Yay! You can preview or purchase this issue at MagCloud.
  • Museum Uses Our Grand Canyon Photo - The Brazos Valley Natural History Museum is using our Grand Canyon photo, Sunset at Maricopa Point, to promote their upcoming exhibition about geology. The name of the show is Rocks: Earth’s Majestic Building Blocks.
  • 2019 Black Box Gallery Taking Pictures Show - One of Bill’s photographs is part of the 2019 Taking Pictures exhibition at Black Box Gallery in Portland, Oregon. Yay! The selected photo is “1957 Cadillac Eldorado Seville at the Sand Dunes.”
  • 2019 – DARKROOM GALLERY EXHIBITION WET - One of William Horton’s photographs, entitled “Safe Harbor,” is part of the Darkroom Gallery Exhibition WET. So, if you are in the area, please stop by and take a look.
  • 2019 – Reflections in Lake San Cristobal in Black Box Show - One of Bill’s photographs is part of the Focus: Landscape and Architecture exhibition at Black Box Gallery in Portland, Oregon. Yay! The selected photo is “Reflections in Lake San Cristobal.”