Jan 262016
 

So, if you have never been out to Area 51 – America’s most ABOVE top-secret military installation, I just want you to know that it is my most top-ranked favorite place to photograph in the American Southwest. Why Area 51? Well read my itinerary to find out by clicking on this sentence!

Yes, I am a firm believer in Flying Saucers. I want to believe in Aliens and UFOs and I believe there’s evidence of their history out in Rachel, Nevada. I’m now offering 2-3 day photographic tours through Anomaly Conservatory.

The photo right above is the mind boggling Extraterrestrial Highway which traverses along the Northern boundary of Area 51 between Alamo and Tonopah, Nevada. Join me on one of my Area 51 Tours!

Oct 032015
 

I post this because the wilderness is not pristine. Such a concept is foreign to humans and is a false-construct because we are a natural part of the landscape. When used in reference to the new world, it almost makes it sound like nobody was here before Columbus. Yes, I do believe in protecting and defending beauty as long as we come at it from a different angle. In the end, I think we all want clean air and water but humans are natural part of this earth.

This shot was captured on the outskirts of Las Vegas in the Mojave Desert near sunset using a Sigma Foveon sensor. I was a real strong supporter of this technology but it doesn’t seem so practical these days, anymore…

Jul 252015
 
Bob Lazar at UFO Congress

Bob Lazar at UFO Congress

This is Bob Lazar – the man that blew the whistle on the fact that the U.S. Military is reverse engineering flying saucers out in the Nevada desert at Area 51. This was his first major public appearance in nearly 25 years and I was there at UFO Congress to take his picture during a Q and A session with news anchor and investigative journalist, George Knapp! I believe this man is telling the truth!

Jan 052015
 

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I’ve got my hands full as well as tied because I’m a busy guy these days because I’m organizing a festival in Southern Utah as well as a Kickstarter project that will hopefully springboard me onto a 65-day photoshoot into the deep Southwest. It’s taking a serious and brave leap-of-faith to do this and at 2:30 AM in the morning I cannot sleep because there is so much happening right now that my psyche is ready to hit this full throttle. We are headed to Rachel, Nevada, at 4:30 AM to make a Kickstarter Video before we begin wrapping up the loose ends of the Kickstarter and get it submitted for launch approval. I just wanted to update my blog here in regards to what’s happening. Stay tuned!

Oct 032014
 

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I just returned from a three day trip to Las Vegas, Nevada and stayed in the El Cortez hotel on Fremont Street. I was testing the Sigma DP3 Merrill and the Sigma DP2 Quattro which Sigma has out on loan to me. I will be writing up a review pretty soon on my experience with the DP2 Quattro. It’s a nice camera. This cityscape was shot with the DP3!