Visitors at Delicate Arch, December 20. Winter is the time to visit Arches National Park. The park has become so famous that it's almost un-visitable (if that's a word) for most of the year. Crowds, full parking lots, dumb visitors stopping their cars in t...
Waldens Lake and Abajo Mountains, December 17. December 17 was my last day of trout fishing for the year. I caught my limit of four rainbow trout as usual, despite the cold and bitter wind. It was beautiful in the high country sunshine at 7,000 feet despite...
Sunset reflection and Abajo Mountains. A cold sunset at the lake, wind whipping the water's surface to whitecaps. I had hopes for a colorful sunset -- the clouds looked to be positioned about right -- but the roiling lake surface would not do its part by pr...
Rainbow and Bears Ears Buttes, from Natural Bridges National Monument. Bears Ears National Monument was declared by President Barack Obama on December 28, 2016. The new National Monument is comprised of 1.35 million acres in San Juan County in southeast Uta...
At Waldens Lake for some more December trout fishing. "I would rather sit on a pumpkin and have it all to myself, than be crowded on a velvet cushion." -- Henry David Thoreau. Yes, Henry. I hear you. I continued to fish for trout at the lake (which I have n...
Abajo Mountains, early sunset colors. An early December evening at the lake. Until today, the sunsets had been devoid of colors for about a week. Why? Too clear, as in not enough clouds in the right position to create colors. South Mountain and golden cloud...
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- Pennsylvania State UniversityB.S. Forest Science, 1976
- Sinclair Community CollegeGraphic Arts
- Stephen Krieg PhotographyOwner, present
- Canyoneers, Inc. - Grand Canyon river raftingReservations Assistant / Office Assistant, 2010 - 2012
- HR Chally, Confederated Tribes of Siletz Tribe, Makah Tribe, Colorado State Forest Service, U.S. Forest Service
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