Clayhaus Tumbles

A photography blog with photos, of course
On the trail to Wheeler Peak

On the trail to Wheeler Peak

This bristlecone pine was a sprout when Ramses the Great was a wee tad

This bristlecone pine was a sprout when Ramses the Great was a wee tad

Seen on the road in snake Valley

Seen on the road in snake Valley

New affordable functional fine-art Clayhaus photo tiles

New affordable functional fine-art Clayhaus photo tiles

Gertie wants to go camping

Gertie wants to go camping

Greta, the birthday girl, wants to know if it’s time for cake

Greta, the birthday girl, wants to know if it’s time for cake

Bonnie and her fave tile

Bonnie and her fave tile

It’s 8 AM and farmers market time

It’s 8 AM and farmers market time

The Eye of the (Desert Rat) Beholder

The Eye of the (Desert Rat) Beholder

Drama over Dugway

I love trees. They are essential, peaceful, green. They allow the planet to breathe and act as home to many creatures, great and small. They provide shelter in a storm, cover for prey, and on rare occasions, fuel for the chilled. They also get in the bloody way.

Don’t get me wrong: I do love hiking through deep forests, the mistier the better. Crowded trees, conifers or deciduous, dripping with…

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Vista from White Rock on Flickr.Four shot hand-held infrared image captured in Skull Valley, Utah. Not far away biological and chemical warfare agents fester underground in Dugway Proving Grounds.

Vista from White Rock on Flickr.

Four shot hand-held infrared image captured in Skull Valley, Utah. Not far away biological and chemical warfare agents fester underground in Dugway Proving Grounds.