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Arizona’s oldest volcanic rocks are 1.8 billion years old & some of the state's most spectacular geologic features & sce...
02/06/2021
Tee P*e Rocks - Camp, Verde Arizona

Arizona’s oldest volcanic rocks are 1.8 billion years old & some of the state's most spectacular geologic features & scenery are volcanic in nature.
This location is referred to locally as Tee P*e Rocks because of its conical formations that are pockmarked with cavernous openings.
The unusual cones are called fumaroles & were created when ash from the nearby Hackberry Mountain volcano fell on calcium-rich waters of the former "Lake Verde” some 7 million years ago.
The water in the ground turned to steam & vented upward through the fallen ash. Where the calcified water came in contact with the ash a layer of cement-like material was formed. Over time, the softer ash around the vents eroded, leaving the conical shaped vent pipes exposed. The distinctive pockmarked holes in the cones are the result of water eroding the base of the cones as they slowly expose themselves to the elements.

Arizona’s oldest volcanic rocks are 1.8 billion years old & some of the state's most spectacular geologic features & scenery are volcanic in nature. This loc...

This is a 10 foot slab of rock in the southwestern desert of Arizona. It's a snapshot of a moment in the life of a giant...
01/23/2021
Mammoth Tracks - Benson, Arizona

This is a 10 foot slab of rock in the southwestern desert of Arizona. It's a snapshot of a moment in the life of a giant mammal from (likely a young Mammoth or a Mastodon) struggling to traverse the soft clay in a terrain that's completely alien to anything that the southwest resembles today.

After editing the footage I noticed the striation of the hill directly next to these imprints. It’s fascinating to imagine what could lay underneath the tons of rock & debris adjacent to these visible prints. Could there be another set of prints from a Mother walking ever so close to the tracks that we can see?

We all make our mark on this world in one way or another, we all want at least a few of our best steps to resonate into eternity. This is proof that to some degree it's possible. If for nothing else, thanks for making your impression on me.

This is a 10 foot slab of rock in the southwestern desert of Arizona. It's a snapshot of a moment in the life of a giant mammal (likely a young Mammoth or a ...

Indian Mesa is a very ancient & breath taking place. This is all that remains of the community of Hohokam that lived the...
09/14/2020
Indian Mesa - Yavapai County, Arizona

Indian Mesa is a very ancient & breath taking place. This is all that remains of the community of Hohokam that lived there more than a thousand years ago.

This mesa provides a bird's eye view of surrounding Lake Pleasant to the south. Researchers have surveyed the ruins & determined it had at least 16 rooms whe...

The Sierra Ancha Wilderness in Arizona is absolutely incredible.
05/08/2020
Workman Creek Ruins - Sierra Ancha Wilderness, Arizona

The Sierra Ancha Wilderness in Arizona is absolutely incredible.

These are cliff dwellings found deep in the Sierra Ancha Wilderness. They aren't visible from the ground & are located near an ancient waterfall that still f...

Here's one of our first ancient discoveries at Lost Canyon in Sedona. Few will ever get to see these ruins this closely.
04/30/2020
Lost Canyon Ruins - Sedona, Arizona

Here's one of our first ancient discoveries at Lost Canyon in Sedona. Few will ever get to see these ruins this closely.

The people generally known as the Anasazi occupied what is now the Four Corners region, reaching into a good-sized chunk of northeastern Arizona. Anasazi, th...

04/21/2020

Ice Cream Cone ruins were likely home to multiple families. It has three separate rooms & there was probably a fourth at one time. Two of the walls still had mud in between the rocks of the walls (very uncommon) & one of the doorways had been fully restored. The site contains the remnants of pot shards, corn & pieces of woven sandals, perhaps for infants. It's absolutely breathtaking.

04/14/2020

Camp Verde cliff dwellings are composed of around 100 different caves & dwellings, it was at one time bustling with life. Inhabited by both the Hohokam & Sinagua until it was abandoned around 1400 & archeologists still don't know why. It's an incredibly impressive ancient city.

04/06/2020

Directly in front of this Ancestral Puebloan cliff dwelling the ground drops away into an abyss. It's impossible to see these ruins from this point of view without a drone. It's incredible to think that it's inhabitants never saw their home from the perspective you're seeing right now.

04/05/2020

These ruins have an intact second story & at one point had dozens of separate rooms. The whole thing was being held up by three pieces of wood. It's amazing anything's still standing after so many centuries.

04/02/2020

Historians believe as many as 5,000 Sinagua inhabited Sedona as early as 650 A.D. These mountains were the first skyscrapers filled with dozens of different familes, teeming with life.

These are photos of what remains of Kaniakapupu Ruins in Oahu, Hawaii. I wasn't able to find any historic photographs pr...
03/25/2020

These are photos of what remains of Kaniakapupu Ruins in Oahu, Hawaii. I wasn't able to find any historic photographs probably because it was designed for the King Kamehameha III to relax, away from Western culture. I was able to find an artists rendition of the Kings Summer House. It's a very special place. I can only imagine how beautiful it must have been 175 years ago.

Aerial photography of Mākua Beach.
03/25/2020

Aerial photography of Mākua Beach.

03/25/2020

Kaniakapupu Ruins in Oahu are the remains of the summer palace of King Kamehameha III completed in 1845. The palace itself consisted of four stone walls enclosing one large room & surrounded by a porch on all sides. The grounds also included a stone perimeter wall, a detached kitchen house, a garden, & a Lono heiau (i.e., a temple or house dedicated to Lono, the Hawaiian god of agriculture, fertility, peace, and music) for which the palace was named Kaniakapupu, which means “the singing of the land shells.”

It was built as a place where the king & his court could escape the summer heat, it was also where they could retreat from Western influence, shedding their Western clothing & discussing matters of politics & governance with Hawaiian chiefs, providing refreshment & entertainment to the Hawaiian people, & entertaining foreign dignitaries in Hawaiian style.

Red Knolls east of Pima is a clay & rock mesa that rises seemingly out of nothing. Inside are numerous caves, canyons & ...
03/24/2020

Red Knolls east of Pima is a clay & rock mesa that rises seemingly out of nothing. Inside are numerous caves, canyons & holes, some that drop down several stories. Many of the caves were inhabited for centuries by the first settlers.

Cave art is the oldest art that man has ever created. In order to make paint prehistoric artists used the pigments avail...
02/17/2020

Cave art is the oldest art that man has ever created. In order to make paint prehistoric artists used the pigments available in their vicinity. These pigments were the so-called earth pigments, minerals limonite & hematite, red ochre, yellow ochre & umber, charcoal from the fire (carbon black), burnt bones (bone black) & white from grounded calcite (lime white). They would crush the items & grind them into a paste to blend with other materials to form paint.

Hand images would have been created in a variety of ways: the artist may have used the hand on the rock as a stencil, spraying paint from the mouth or charcoal powder through a reed or the outline of the hand may have been painted around by brush; or simply painting the hand & placing it on the rock itself. These works of art were created by men, women & children.

Prehistoric dwellers discovered that the color that came from iron oxide deposits in the earth would not fade with the changing environment. For this reason, it's believed that our ancestors traveled great distances for earth pigments. In every locality where prehistoric sites have been discovered, trails lead to near & distant hematite deposits where people mined. Historians have deduced that the origin behind all mining activities was man’s need for ochre pigments.

One interesting theory is that the paintings were made by Shamans. The Shaman would retreat into the darkness of the caves, enter into a trance state, then paint images of their visions.

Chiricahua Nation Monument in southeastern Arizona is one of our most beautiful & underappreciated treasures. Composed p...
02/12/2020

Chiricahua Nation Monument in southeastern Arizona is one of our most beautiful & underappreciated treasures. Composed primarily of rhyolite that was spewn from an ancient volcano around 27 million years ago. It's famous for it's balancing rocks, caves & volcanic calerda. The green stuff on the rocks are called lichen & they're slowly erroding the mountains overtime.

Families perhaps over generations lived here under a massive boulder with their relatives & other tribes in dwellings do...
02/05/2020

Families perhaps over generations lived here under a massive boulder with their relatives & other tribes in dwellings dotted throughout the surrounding canyons near Superior, Arizona.

We all leave our mark on this world, some just last longer. Here are two examples separated by centuries & cultures almo...
02/03/2020

We all leave our mark on this world, some just last longer. Here are two examples separated by centuries & cultures almost next to each other. The left are tracks carved into the rocks as wagons hauled silver ore from the Silver King Mine to the Pinal Mill on Queen Creek just west of Superior around 1870. On the right are the impressions from a Native American pestle used with a mortar or another rock to grind & mash corn created hundreds of years before the first wagon came to Arizona.

01/29/2020

Sears Point is one of the most significant rock art sites in the Southwest. In addition to more than 2,000 rock art panels incorporating nearly 10,000 petroglyph elements, the area contains a number of geoglyphs & other archaeological features. Surrounded by the images made over the course of centuries by dozens of different artists it makes you wonder what impact have you made on this world? What does the petroglyph of your life look like?

01/26/2020

“If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be.” -Henry David Thoreau

01/08/2020

Arizona is absolutely stunning. This is from the southeastern part of the state.

12/31/2019

“A painting is never finished - it simply stops in interesting places.” -Paul Gardner

12/22/2019

Sedona Amphitheater Ruins: Short version.

10/11/2019

Virtual Tour Videos put your prospective tenants inside each room at the ideal angle for just a few seconds, without the hassle of clicking through each room. Gone are the days of the traditional virtual tour. 😲 ❤️

10/01/2019

Cameron Apartments is a gorgeous complex at 51st ave & Indian School. Check out our most recent aerial cinematography shoot there this weekend.

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Arizona’s oldest volcanic rocks are 1.8 billion years old & some of the state's most spectacular geologic features & scenery are volcanic in nature.
This location is referred to locally as Tee P*e Rocks because of its conical formations that are pockmarked with cavernous openings.
The unusual cones are called fumaroles & were created when ash from the nearby Hackberry Mountain volcano fell on calcium-rich waters of the former "Lake Verde” some 7 million years ago.
The water in the ground turned to steam & vented upward through the fallen ash. Where the calcified water came in contact with the ash a layer of cement-like material was formed. Over time, the softer ash around the vents eroded, leaving the conical shaped vent pipes exposed. The distinctive pockmarked holes in the cones are the result of water eroding the base of the cones as they slowly expose themselves to the elements.
This is a 10 foot slab of rock in the southwestern desert of Arizona. It's a snapshot of a moment in the life of a giant mammal from (likely a young Mammoth or a Mastodon) struggling to traverse the soft clay in a terrain that's completely alien to anything that the southwest resembles today.

After editing the footage I noticed the striation of the hill directly next to these imprints. It’s fascinating to imagine what could lay underneath the tons of rock & debris adjacent to these visible prints. Could there be another set of prints from a Mother walking ever so close to the tracks that we can see?

We all make our mark on this world in one way or another, we all want at least a few of our best steps to resonate into eternity. This is proof that to some degree it's possible. If for nothing else, thanks for making your impression on me.
Indian Mesa is a very ancient & breath taking place. This is all that remains of the community of Hohokam that lived there more than a thousand years ago.
I heard this remake & had to make this mashup.
The Sierra Ancha Wilderness in Arizona is absolutely incredible.
Here's one of our first ancient discoveries at Lost Canyon in Sedona. Few will ever get to see these ruins this closely.
Ice Cream Cone ruins were likely home to multiple families. It has three separate rooms & there was probably a fourth at one time. Two of the walls still had mud in between the rocks of the walls (very uncommon) & one of the doorways had been fully restored. The site contains the remnants of pot shards, corn & pieces of woven sandals, perhaps for infants. It's absolutely breathtaking.
Camp Verde cliff dwellings are composed of around 100 different caves & dwellings, it was at one time bustling with life. Inhabited by both the Hohokam & Sinagua until it was abandoned around 1400 & archeologists still don't know why. It's an incredibly impressive ancient city.
Directly in front of this Ancestral Puebloan cliff dwelling the ground drops away into an abyss. It's impossible to see these ruins from this point of view without a drone. It's incredible to think that it's inhabitants never saw their home from the perspective you're seeing right now.
These ruins have an intact second story & at one point had dozens of separate rooms. The whole thing was being held up by three pieces of wood. It's amazing anything's still standing after so many centuries.
Historians believe as many as 5,000 Sinagua inhabited Sedona as early as 650 A.D. These mountains were the first skyscrapers filled with dozens of different familes, teeming with life.
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