Posts Tagged ‘Mesa’

I just LOVE photographing Silver Birds

Often, as a child, airplanes were referred to as the “big silver bird”.  This description was aimed at civilian commercial airliners rather than military ‘planes (the military always applied camouflage schemes to make their aircraft less visible to the enemy). However, recently, with the restoration of old warbirds (such as the P-51 Mustang, B17 Flying […]

Russian Machinery in Mesa, AZ

Russian Machinery in Mesa, AZ

I arrived at Falcon Field in Mesa a day before my photography workshop began (another story to follow).  To get a feel for the location I headed into the Arizona Wing of the Commemorative Air Force (CAF) to look around and get some “static” images of their aircraft. I was surprised to see this Ural […]

Monument Valley, where I feel the “Spirit of the Land”

I love to visit Monument Valley.  Maybe it is the stillness and tranquility, or the spirits of Navajo souls, or the unspoilt natural form of the landscape, or the shape and characters of the Monuments themselves, or the Mesas – but here I feel at one with the landscape. I feel alive. I fell the […]

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