Lippincott to Saline Valley

Death Valley Salt Tram Ruins

California’s expansive desert system can be treacherous—as well as awe inspiring. One of the world’s most compelling playgrounds for exploring resides in America’s fifth largest National Park, Death Valley. With the lowest geographic point in North America, this parched wilderness is aptly named. Having a confident, not arrogant adventure partner through off-the-beaten paths and off-road…
Guachimontones Plateau overlook Teuchitlan

Guachimontones Western Mexico Pre Columbian Archeological Site

In January 2015, Lesha was invited to photograph the largest archeological site of western Mexico, Guachimontones. She would be assigned to photograph the landscape—and 200 plus of the institution’s artifacts. She asked if I’d be interested in coming and giving assistance. Of course I eagerly accepted this rare opportunity. With our essential photo gear, plus…