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Zachary Light Art

Zachary and I paid a visit to a friend, Bruce Hucko, in Moab. Bruce is a noted photographer and founder of the Moab Photo Symposium. Bruce covered a lot of fascinating topics, but one that really struck Zach was learning about how to paint light into a photograph. While Carole and I were waiting for our table at Ray’s, Zach explored the streets of Green River. He found this fabulous old abandoned building. After dinner, using a small hiking headlamp, Zach setup pictures where he painted light onto the building. Then he had another clever idea, to spin circles with the light. The results were incredible and gave him a great sense of how light works in photography.
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Girls Do Moab

The Orange Jeep hit the road – packed to the hilt – as Tumbleweed and Cactus took granddaughters Madeline and Hanna (a.k.a. Sassy 5 and Flying Ninja Bunny) to Moab for a weekend of hiking, Jeeping, Geocaching and swimming. It was the first redrock adventure for the young 12-year-olds.
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Orange Jeep Gets Stuck

Yes, it happens. Even Jeeps get stuck once in a while. But right in the middle of a wide open field? This one really took us by surprise.
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Redrock 2007

Spring is the time for our annual trek to the San Rafael Swell and Moab desert. This year Jeeped our way through the swell and tried a few short hikes to test Carole’s re-habbing feet, then headed to the Moab Photography Symposium for the weekend.