This album is a collection of my photos from the National Geographic Student Expedition I just returned from. Click on the image to see it larger.
Please enjoy! All feedback is welcome!
The light was unbelievable at sunset over the north rim of the Grand Canyon from Bright Angel’s Point.
This man owns a beautiful art shop in downtown Flagstaff. He was kind enough to let me take his portrait.
We peaked our heads into the climbing gym in downtown Flagstaff and by setting my exposure a bit longer I was able to capture the movement of this climber.
This woman owns a bakery in downtown Flagstaff that she opened with two of her friends. She was nice enough to let us take her portrait
I snapped a photo of one of our river guides as we floated past the iconic Mexican Hat rock formation.
A beautiful blue moth I spotted on one of our hikes.
Spotted on one of our hikes
At sunset on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. I had to inch close to the edge and lie on the rock to get this shot of a bright green tree rising above the Canyon.
Spotted on a hike. Someone had written ‘Real Beauty’ on a fall log.
At one of our gas station stops this dingo waited outside to be fed by the numerous tourists.
I liked the body language and composition of this shot.
The most beautiful tree I have ever seen.
An amazing lighting storm blew towards us on our last night on the Canyon.
A very pregnant dingo at Monument Valley lay there and let me take her picture.
It was incredible to be able to look up every night and see the entire milky way and shooting stars.
Sunrise on the Canyon
A time of reflection atop San Juan Hill
Lizards scampered on the rock
A Navajo woman with her jewelry.
A brillant neon lizard was not so well hidden on the bland rock.
At one of the stops by a market.
One of our river guides as she demonstrated how to make split twig figurines
Our river guides singing and playing guitar by the river.
This man has worked to conserve the California Condors for several years and he taught our group about these awesome birds.