PHOTOGRAPHY GALLERIES

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The beauty that surrounds us can sometimes be captured in the moment through landscape photography and shots of animals in the wild.

THE LANDSCAPE GALLERY
Looking down on the monolithic Spider Rock at Canyon de Chelly.
Leaving port from Skagway, Alaska and viewing the mountainous fjords. Sun shines into the slot canyon walls of Antelope Canyon in northern Arizona Looking east at sunset from the beach in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
Views like this are why Arizona is called the Grand Canyon state. This view is from the South Rim. The sun sets on the Pacific Ocean through the palm tree beaches of Hawaii. Mendenhall Glacier in Jueau, Alaska The golden hour of sunset on the canyon walls at Saquaro Lake.
The remnants of a snowy New Year's Day over the red rocks of Sedona. A breath taking view of Shiprock in the distance.
A view from the top of Horseshoe Bend near Page, Arizona.
Joshua Trees in the Joshua Tree Forest in Arizona.
Sun shines into the slot canyon walls of Antelope Canyon in northern Arizona This is a High Dynamic Range photo. This view is from the South Rim at sunset. Looking up at the volcano known as Diamond Head from the beaches of Waikiki. The setting sun peaks through the clouds at Lake Powell.
The beautiful clear water of  Lake Tahoe.
First light hits the snow peaked mountains in Estes Park, Utah.
Looking out over Lake Tahoe at sunset on the drive back from Reno.
Views like this are why Arizona is called the Grand Canyon state. This view is from the North Rim.
The flowers are in bloom at the foothills of the Superstition Mountains. These are the "mittens" from Monument Valley. Rays of sunlight through the clouds in the Fjords of Alaska near Skagway. Fresh snow in Estes Park, Colorado as the morning sun rises.

 

THE HEAVENS GALLERY

In September of 2015 there was a Lunar Eclipse of a super moon so I bought a 75-300mm lens with an image doubler attachment. A microburst over Tempe during monsoon season in Arizona. Neowise Comet over the radio towers of South Mountain in Phoenix on July, 18, 2020. The clear night sky on the drive back to Phoenix from Canyon DeChelly
Lots of shots till I caught the lightning at this Breaking Bad scene location in Albuquerque, New Mexico Composite of the phases of a lunar eclipse from August 28th, 2007 Solar Eclipse from August 21, 2017. I spent New Years Eve in Cave Creek and captured this image from the parking lot of our resort
Fire in the Catalina Mountains near Tucson called the Big Horn fire plus the Milkey Way in the sky above. Fire in the Catalina Mountains near Tucson called the Big Horn fire plus the Milkey Way in the sky above.    

 

THE ANIMAL KINGDOM GALLERY

A seal perched on the rocks at Land's End in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Hanging with the Tiger at the Phoenix Zoo. Whale watching in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. I had the thrill of scuba diving off the west coast of Ouaho in Hawaii and shot this sea turtle with a cheap disposable camera.
Drink as much as you want to at the Phoenix Zoo. Dragonfly on a flower on the banks of the Salt River A colony of bats fly from under a bridge in Austin to spend the night hunting. Painted horse in the wild near Shiprock, New Mexico
American Bald Eagle flying over the harbor in Katchikan, Alaska. American Bald Eagle at the Santa Barbara Zoo in California. Humming Bird at the Santa Barbara Zoo in California. Bee on a flower on the banks of the Salt River

     
 

Mark Greenawalt, Artist
Phoenix, Arizona, United States of America

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