Author Archives: bmiller


Grand Canyon Rafting – The Trip

From September 12th through the 21st, Sandy and I got to participate in a bucket list travel destination for the second time — rafting and exploring the Grand Canyon along the Colorado River.  Our first trip […]

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Antelope Canyons — Page, Arizona

Sandy and I have returned from our 25 day trip to the southwest, and I can now begin adding additional posts with images from our travels. September 9 Antelope Canyon (Upper and Lower) are on Navajo […]

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Canyon de Chelley II

Four days of either crappy wireless service or none at all . . . ugh!  So, Canyon de Chelley, day 1 after a mid-day nap, awaiting the good light.  Following are shots of the hike […]

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Canyon De Chelley

Two long days and over 1400 miles to get here.  Arrived early this morning, six hours before check-in at the Sacred Canyon Lodge, but Lisa took care of us.  By the time we got out, […]

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Depth of Field

There are many levels to understanding photography.  One of them is in a dark cave about 100′ below the ground in steel chest labeled, “Optical Physics and Mathematics”.  Fortunately you don’t have to visit the […]

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Animas River

When the news broke about the EPA-caused pollution of the Animas River in southwest Colorado, I was heartbroken.  Sandy and I have visited the area often, two times traveling beside it on the Durango-Silverton Railroad, […]

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2015 Putnam County Fair

The 2015 Putnam County Fair recently concluded in our home town of Cookeville.  Each year, the Cookeville Camera Club manages the fair photo contest, but club members are restricted to entering two professional categories and/or […]

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