While visiting New York City with my wife and daughter last April, we made a stop by Ground Zero. I was mesmerized by the reflections of the blue sky and … Continue reading Looking Through New York City’s Freedom Tower… Almost!
I’ve had the opportunity to photograph some LDS temples throughout Utah in the past few months. Two of my more recent photos focused more on the architecture than the whole … Continue reading Architectural Photos of LDS Temples
The sunset colors at the Draper Utah Temple were pretty amazing, but as you can see, I opted to go with a black and white version of the photo. I … Continue reading The Draper Utah Temple in Black and White
There’s an old abandoned building about a block from my house, with vines crawling their way over the brown bricks. As the weather changed from the heat of summer to … Continue reading The burning leaves of autumn
I remember when President Gordon B. Hinckley (1910-2008), then prophet and leader of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, announced that 30 smaller temples would be built across … Continue reading Smaller temples that will dot the globe
I’ve taken what seems like a bazillion photos. My subjects have ranged from macro to wide angle, and everything in between. Many of the photos I have taken (the good … Continue reading Preparing to Launch a Photo Project – Stay Tuned!
There were two things working against me while I was trying to take this photo: a full bladder and a time clock. I made a two-hour drive south to interview … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside
When I got the work assignment to head to a small rural town near Manti, Utah, I set out at 5 am from my home in Sandy so I could … Continue reading Manti Utah Temple at Sunrise
Last month I received a note from a friend, directing me to a website that would allow me to enhance my photography skills via photo assignments. It is for The … Continue reading Early morning photograph at the Jordan River Utah Temple