Las Vegas, Nevada. https://instagram.com/iamdesertpaul
I found a terrible place to spend Father’s Day with the family....#desert #arizona #sonyalpha #a7rv #a7r5 #monumentvalley #fathersday
So, i am shooting digital again.
We also woke up this morning and decided last minute to drive to Monument Valley. A pleasant surprise near the end of the drive were dinosaur tracks that are just behind this frame....#desert #arizona #sonyalpha #sonya7rv #sonya7r5 #newtopographics
I can’t imagine the relief it must have been to walk over this hill and see this massive river in the dry desert.
📷 #leicamp🎞️ #portra160
Am I the only one that likes exploring the empty parts of an airport?
📷 Leica MP🎞️ Kodak Ektachrome E100
Sometimes a maintained trail is just what you need.
📷 Leica MP🎞️ Kodak Portra 160
The best part about living in Las Vegas, is that nature is right outside of the door.
Seeing Joshua Trees burned up from wildfires is a sad sight.
Have you filled up at Roy’s?
Pick a road and go.
There is a reason photographers come to Roy’s Cafe.
That’s a weird looking pole.
So many dirt roads, so little time.
Glen Canyon Dam really sneaks up on you.
Whenever I’m walking through Death Valley National Park, I always wonder if I’m the first person to ever step in that spot. It’s such a massive place.
Mojave National Preserve has beautiful sweeping views of the desert. It also has utility poles.
I went to see Horseshoe Bend in Arizona for the first time. I was not prepared for the scale of the place. If you look *really* close, you can see 2 small boats. This place was so huge.
It’s really difficult to understand the water situation in the southwest until you see a boat marina in a puddle.
People don’t usually associate Las Vegas with snow, but we got a fair amount of it this year!
📷 Lecia MP🎞️ Kodak Portra 160
Are you even really a film photographer if you haven’t taken a photo of Roy’s Cafe?
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