The Desert is an Unknown Place

That is the truth that I believe in; one where the status quo has no control over your personal sovereignty and you begin to go back to the roots of our non-reality. The desert is one such place of mystery, full of the Unknown. I’ve learned this over the last decade and a half while roaming canyon labyrinths and mountain ranges. What I have witnessed adds a lot of meaning to this short life of mine. We rural desert dwellers see and hear a lot more than those who get entrapped and surrounded by dense civilization. Out there on the outskirts of the fringe you begin to see what’s truly shrouded while being accompanied by structures and ruins from the distant past that slowly wrought and crumble to the harsh desert elements.

Navajo Land – Antelope Canyon

I take people through this beautiful canyon with local Navajo Guides near Page, Arizona. This is the famed Antelope Canyon that is one of thousands of slow canyons found in Canyon Country between Southern Utah and Northern Arizona.

Talking Tree Tours: Ghost Towns & Area 51

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!