Mike Cavaroc’s Top 5 Images of Summer 2010

It's never easy to narrow down a season's worth of images to just five, but here are the five that either I liked the best, or that you liked the best, taking Google Analytics stats into account. Most of them came from Grand Teton National Park, with the exception being the grizzly bear with four cubs up in Yellowstone National Park. Now that the crowds are dying down as well, I'm thinking about heading back up there and seeing if I can find them one more time before they head in for the winter. … [Read more...]

Photographing the Waterfalls of the Havasupai

The Havasupai Indian Reservation is home to some of the most spectacular waterfalls you'll ever encounter. Roughly 40 miles west as-the-crow-flies of the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park is a side canyon called Supai Canyon. It's about as dry and arid as any high-desert environment you'll encounter. Massive, sandstone canyon walls surround a sandy desert floor decorated with cottonwood trees and prickly-pear cactus. What makes it so unique, however, is a brilliantly, bold turquoise creek … [Read more...]