“Wild in Arizona” is a website created and maintained by fellow photographers Paul Gill and Colleen Miniuk-Sperry. I’ve known Paul for many years. He’s an exceptional photographer and his work has been featured many times in Arizona Highways magazines and calendars.
If you haven’t checked out the “Wild in Arizona” website I suggest you do (Wild in Arizona). Make sure to check out the “Wild in Arizona” blog (Wild in Arizona blog), where you’ll find current, seasonal information on fall color, wildflower blooms, and more.
If you’re looking for information on fall color, here are a couple of links:
Fall Color 2014 – Arizona Highways
Fall Color 2014 – U.S. Forest Service
After several months of work and a ton of customization, my newly redesigned website is now online!
Here’s a list of new features:
- Wide-screen optimized for a standard 1920×1080 resolution monitor
- Website adapts/resizes to any size monitor including all mobile devices (yes, you can browse the site and even make a purchase on your smartphone)
- Larger thumbnail images and enlargements
- Next and Prev buttons so you can easily browse from one image to the next within a category
- Full-featured e-commerce (yes, you can purchase my work online and even buy gift certificates)
- Guest Checkout (so you don’t have to create an account to make a purchase, although I suggest you do)
- All payments are handled off-site with PayPal (allows you to pay with your PayPal account or a credit card)
If you’re a first time visitor, please take a few moments to check out my new site.
Any feedback you give me regarding design, layout, and ease of use is greatly appreciated (click “Leave a reply” under the title of this post).
Antelope Canyon, just outside of Page, Arizona, is the most photographed slot canyon in the southwestern United States. But in the monsoon season, the usually dry wash which drains into the Canyon can become a raging torrent.
The following video shot by David Rankin, and sent to me courtesy of Rod Klukas (via Leroy DeJolie) shows flooding in Antelope Canyon and across highway 89 on August 2, 2013:
Flash Flood in Antelope Canyon