Author Archives: Greg

Nature photographer in the Intermountain West.

Onaqui Wild Horses During Spring Time in Utah

Western Utah has quite a large number of wild (feral) horses. The Onaqui herd consists of around 450 mustangs near Simpson Springs and Dugway in western Utah. Relative easy access has made these horses quite […]

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Grand Teton High Country

The high country of Grand Teton National Park is an amazing place, with dramatic scenery and immense ecological importance. I just backpacked to some of the high alpine lakes near 10,000 feet beneath the Grand […]

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The Maze – Canyonlands National Park

The Colorado and Green Rivers divide Canyonlands National Park into three districts. The most familiar area – Island in the Sky District – occurs above the confluence of these rivers. The Needles District, to the […]

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Needles District of Canyonlands National Park

Canyonlands National Park in southeastern Utah receives fewer visitors than the four other Utah national parks. Canyonlands close neighbor – Arches NP – receives more than twice as many visitors. And most Canyonlands visitors only […]

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Great American Eclipse

The Great American Eclipse of 2017 has come and gone. For 93 minutes the shadow of the moon crossed America from Oregon to South Carolina. This spectacular natural phenomenon was within a day’s drive of […]

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Anatomy of a Milky Way Image

Great Basin National Park is one of the least visited of our national parks, with a total annual visitors of under 100,000. It is extremely remote in eastern Nevada. The town just outside the park […]

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Spring Renewal in the Tetons

Last June I spent quite a bit of time in Yellowstone. A wolf den was visible in the distance along Slough Creek and I greatly enjoyed watching the daily pack activities including the playful pups. […]

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Springtime in Yellowstone National Park

Spring comes a little slower in Yellowstone than most other places, but it’s an awesome spectacle when it grudgingly arrives. While the Canyon area still has snowpack (including most campsites and hiking trails), the western […]

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A ‘Phoenix’ Story

A few years ago our home was nearly destroyed. A local utility company had a pump malfunction resulting in more than half a million gallons flooding the basement, which housed the Norrell Photography portrait studio. It […]

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Yosemite FireFall

 Something utterly spectacular can happen in Yosemite National Park during the latter part of February.  There is a small, ephemeral waterfall named Horse Tail Fall that tumbles from the top of El Capitan toward the […]

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