None of the seven waterfalls were flowing, even though it poured all day a few days ago. The desert ground loves the rain!
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Lately, I’ve been preoccupied with finding petroglyphs. They are all around, once you start searching for them. The sites I’ve gone to are surrounded by metro Tucson, and yet most people don’t even know they’re there. I wouldn’t have known it either, had not I started searching in multiple libraries, through guidebooks and maps, on [...]
I’ve been researching places to see petroglyphs in the Tucson area, and decided that I could go exploring today. Signal Hill in Saguaro National Park West is one of the most accessible and publicized petroglyph sites. These particular petroglyphs were made by the Hohokum people who lived in the area beginning in AD 200. I [...]
Everyone’s front yards are going crazy with these! If I ever own a house in Tucson, I’ll seed my yard to do it too. It’s like after 9/11 when everyone hung flags in front of their houses and all the streets had elements that tied them together.
I went hiking in Saguaro National Park West, on the Sweetwater Trail. There were so many colors, most of which I didn’t take photos of. Blue rocks, purple cacti, orange birds, red dirt, green saguaros, yellow grass.
Designing a cafe that is opening in the newly re-designed campus rec center is one of many client projects that my visual communications cohort is working on this semester. One design will be chosen in October and the restaurant will open in January. The scope of the project includes: name, logo, interior design, collateral materials, [...]
I’ve been so interested in cameras lately.
I’m super excited that it’s time for a third edition of the annual Tucson Grid Project. This is a photography exhibit that my church, Second Mile, hosts every year. In the first year, each the participant took a square of the city to photograph. In the second and third years participants took adjectives and photographed [...]
Today someone broke into my house. Today I collected a burglar’s footprint and will now look at all Nike wearers as though they are burglars. Today I thought it would be fun to be a set photographer for a film. I wonder how that works. Today I ate five cookies, two rice crispy treats, a [...]