Most of the photos you’ll see on this blog are taken on an iPhone 6s. But I have SOOOO many other photos from previous trips, not only from this year, but from many previous years as well, taken on my “real” cameras – a Canon 20D, a Canon Rebel T1i, and a Canon G15, and an assortment of lenses for the DSLRs. I’ve had these three for many years and am not likely to be updating them as they still take great pix, and I don’t have any money for new!
My biggest problem is getting the pictures out of the cameras, into my desktop computer, edit them a bit (I photograph mostly in RAW) and upload them to the internet. That whole workflow is a PITA even though the results are so much better that what I take with the iPhone. I normally travel only with a tablet and iPhone. I think I’ll soon start taking a laptop to ease the whole process.
This photo was taken at Zabriski Point, Death Vally, probably in 2007, on the Canon 20d. We’ve been to Death Valley many times. It’s probably my favorite place to go since it’s so close to us in Vegas. I have tons of photos of Death Valley, as well as Zion NP, Arches NP, Canyonlands NP, Dead Horse Canyon SP, Mesa Verde NP, Goosenecks of the San Juan SP, Durango, CO, Silverton, CO, places around Ely, NV, Tucson, AZ, Saguaro NP, and many more.