BOB HILLS, a nationally recognized Fine Arts Photographer contacted me in the spring of 2010 and asked if I would like to accompany him on a trip to Southern Utah. I jumped at the opportunity. What I decided to do on the trip was to "bird dog" Bob. I didn't use a tripod, but just grabbed some hand held shots so that I wouldn't hold the group up, in any way.
Here are a few of the pictures I took. We rappeled down into a Slot Canyon east of Bryce Canyon for some photographs. We also shot some scenes in Bryce and the general area.
Bob is a super fun person to travel with. He occasionally does Photo Workshops. He is an excellent teacher. We first met in 1968.
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Why don't you drop in sometime?
Making a move.
Pictures below are re-photographed B&W Sepia Prints.
These photographs were taken at Utah's Solitude Ski Resort
On the ridge between Solitude Fork and Honeycomb Fork.
120 Tri-X black & white film, orange filter. Circa 1970.