Thursday, November 24, 2011
Located in west central New Mexico, approximately 85 miles south of Albuquerque, along the Rio Grande, Bosque del Apache Wildlife Refuge is the winter home to thousands of ducks, geese and sandhill cranes. I first learned about Bosque from my uncle, Scoot Oliver, who worked here growing the crops that feed the birds when they migrate south.
Sandhill Cranes in Flight.
Mallards in the field viewed from the Coyote Deck.
Thursday, November 10, 2011
Fall is just starting to show at Red Rock Crossing but the majority of the trees are still green. The water of Oak Creek was running high and fast due to recent snowfall in the high country. This is the most photographed area in Arizona for good reason!
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
This is the third year I've attended Photoshop World in Las Vegas. After three days of classes in photography, Photoshop how-to's, live models, lighting techniques, website/ business development and tips from top photographers all over the country, I am energized and excited to get out there and shoot!
These photos were taken from the Conference Center at Mandalay Bay following an inspiring lecture by Jay Maisel of New York:
Westcott provided live models and lighting in the Expo for their annual contest: