Oman, at the north-eastern edge of the Arabian peninsula,  is a country with an incredibly diverse landscape. A beautiful coastline, cool mountains, steep water-cut valleys, and a vast desert. 
Best of all, its friendly people make it a very pleasant place to travel.

"Wadi Al Arbeieen Reflection"

Black Box Gallery, Portland OR, 2020 Juried National Show "Landscape and Architecture"

2020 Published in Landscape Photography Magazine

2020 Fine Arts Photography Awards (FAPA) - Nominee

Natural Abstract
Natural Abstract
Dune Ride
Dune Ride
Desert Sunrise
Desert Sunrise
The Last Ones
The Last Ones
Desert Noir
Desert Noir

"Alone in the Desert"

Motif Collection B&W 2020, Finalist

Art Limited, Visa and Artscore Selection

2020 Monovisons Photography Awards, Honorable Mention

"Arabian Sea Sunrise"


Western Al Hajar Mountains

Western Al Hajar Mountains

"Date Palm Oasis"

"Sur"

Atacama - the driest place on earth. It stretches across a roughly 600-mile tract of land wedged between the Cordillera de la Costa and the Andes mountains. Much of its core is caked in thick salt deposits and mining for nitrate, lithium, magnesium and other salts is the primary source of revenue.
Heavy erosions and deep craters, coupled with the lack of vegetation, give you the impression of being on another planet.

"Moon Valley"

Art at The Center 2019 National Juried Exhibition, Overland, Kansas

The Independent Photographer Editor's Pick  for Landscape Photography 2019

"Simplicity"

The "Salar de Atacama", just south of San Pedro de Atacama, is the world's largest and purest active source of lithium. The salt flat, the largest in Chile, is surrounded by mountains and has no drainage outlet, only evaporation.

"Salar de Atacama"

"Lithium Yellow"

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