Destination

Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch

By Megan P Galope If you’ve ever driven the stretch of I-10 between Phoenix and Tucson, you’ve undoubtedly passed the Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch. Most people don’t stop to see what it’s all...
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Photo credit Jon Vemo

Now that’s a bridge

By Jon Vemo Recently I visited yet another wonder of Arizona, Tonto Natural Bridge. If you haven’t been (like me), Tonto Natural Bridge is located just outside of Payson, AZ. According to the Ar...
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Keeping an Open Mind

By Sara Goodnick Just because your goal is to photograph a particular subject, remember to stay on the alert for other possibilities and be willing to change your plans. It might result in an even bet...
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Copper Queen Mine Tour, Bisbee, AZ

By Jeff Insel My wife and I recently spent a couple of nights in Bisbee,AZ. One of the things we wanted to see was the Copper Queen Mine Tour and we weren’t disappointed. Tours are seven days a ...
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MACRO VS. CLOSE-UP PHOTOGRAPHY

By Vicki Uthe Something became clear to me recently. I realized the difference between macro and close-up photography and concluded that I’m really more of a close-up photographer than a macro perso...
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TAHOE AND THE WEATHER

By Vicki Uthe This blog is being written to showcase the extreme difference a day can make in the weather. It is also being shared to encourage you to go out in it, the weather I mean, and take advant...
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Know your Equipment and Location

By David Halgrimson Since moving back to Minnesota I have been researching places to go for photo opportunities and found a couple near where I live. One is Swan Park in Monticello Minnesota 15 miles ...
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LEE’S FERRY WITHOUT A BOAT

By Vicki Uthe In November 2016 we loaded our mountain bikes and tent and headed to Lee’s Ferry for a three-day campout over Veteran’s Day. The weather was spectacular. The ferry is generally the f...
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PLATEAU POINT, GRAND CANYON

By Vicki Uthe We (my wife and I) live in Flagstaff, AZ which means Grand Canyon’s South Rim is a little over an hour away and makes for a glorious day of hiking. We like to go to the canyon for trai...
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