PFTA White Pocket

White pocket is on the Arizona Strip near Page and Lake Powell. I went here a couple of years ago and got lost, got found and almost stuck in the sand in the middle of nowhere. Otherwise it was a fun trip. The formations here are absolutely stunning. I will be posting other images from this area soon.

This image is available here.

Enjoy!

Updated Prints & Accessories Page

I recently updated my Prints and Accessories page to include dimensions and prices of my images. All images in the Galleries are available for purchase. The images will be on metal with hangars attached.

To purchase an image, please use Contact Artist page and then enter the image name/number from the gallery and the desired size. I will then contact you to finalize the purchase. I’m looking into better options for purchasing my images, so this will be updated in the near future.

I can also have accessories, such as mouse pads, phone cases, clothing, etc., printed with the image of your choice.

Merry Christmas from Zion NP

I would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year!

I will do my best to post more frequently in the coming year. I have so many posts planned, but it seems that work and life get in the way too frequently.

Merry Christmas.

Enjoy, Kelly

Wandering Around New York City

After visiting the World Trade Center, we walked all over Lower Manhattan in New York City.  A couple of blocks from St. Paul’s Church is Trinity Church.  This is the one featured in a recent Hollywood blockbuster film.  Interestingly enough, the original was built in 1697 then destroyed in the Great Fire in 1776, the second church was built in 1790 and later damaged by a heavy snow storm in 1838 and later demolished to build the one standing today and dedicated in 1846.  It is still an active parish with regular services and community outreach.

A brief history of Trinity Church.

Trinity Church is currently undergoing some structural reconditioning.

Trinity is the burial place of Alexander Hamilton, his wife and her family, and many other people from the time of the Revolutionary War.

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A few blocks south of Trinity Church is the Bull of Wall Street, although it seems that it’s on Hollywood Boulevard and not Wall Street.  It’s also nearly always heavily occupied by tourists that want their photo with different parts of the bull. Go figure, right?

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Just around the corner from the Bull is the old Custom House which is now the Native American Cultural Museum, part of the Smithsonian Institute.

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Across the street is Battery Park and the Statue of Liberty.  It was amazing and awesome to see Lady Liberty.  IMG_1899.jpg

Coming out of the subway in another part of the city, the first building I saw was this one, that looks like it has a helipad next to the penthouse suite.IMG_1810.jpg

Just down the street is the Empire State Building.

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Another subway ride away is Times Square.

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IMG_1838.jpgThe saxaphone player on the left was jamming out some hot jazz, so we stopped there for a while to listen.  It’s crazy how many people are in Times Square.  It reminded me of the crowds in Zion Narrows.

Looking for a place to enjoy lunch, we found Bryant Park.  It has a nice pavilion for concerts, several cafes and a great view of the City Library.

Somewhere along the way near Central Park I found one of the oldest operating Jewish Synagogue in the country.  IMG_1773

I had a great time in New York, but this was just a stop over point to Paris and Normandy.

Enjoy,

Kelly

Gallery Updates

On the advice from a fellow blogger, I organized my galleries to be subject specific.  There is a new gallery for Bryce Canyon National Park (I realize I need to post more photos of this beautiful place), Grand Canyon National Park, and of course, my beloved Zion National Park.  I also posted galleries for flowers and birds, with a gallery for Ancient Art, Arizona, and Other Animals in the works.

Enjoy the images! Remember, they are all available for purchase.  Contact me for details.

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Photos for sale, Update

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Previously, I announced that I am selling my photos from my blog (viewable on my Gallery Page) and from my website www.kellyguymon.com for use as computer backdrops.  I have reduced the price to $1.99 USD. Payable through Paypal on my website’s Order Form.  The images will be embedded with my logo in the lower right corner and will be at 1048×768 resolution for use in large monitors, and it is also the same size as a 4×6 print.  The images are for personal use only and will be emailed to you as an attachment after they are purchased.  You may purchase as many as you wish, just enter the name and/or number of the photo you wish to purchase in the Order Form.

Digital Images For Sale

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I now offer digital files to be purchased.  These will be emailed to you as a file.  The dimensions are 1028 x 768 resolution.  They will also have my logo embedded into the lower right corner of the image.  You will be able to use this image as a background on your computer screen or as a 4×6 print for PERSONAL USE ONLY.  This will be offered at $5 per image. To order these images, just enter the number or name of the file, listed in the gallery, into the PayPal form at the bottom of  the Order Form page on my Website.  Your email address is required, and will be entered when you check out with PayPal.  You may order as many photos as you like, then check out using the View Cart button.  As always, regular prints are available as well, by using the Order Form.  Just enter the name or number of the image, dimensions, whether print or canvas, framed or unframed into the form.