An approaching storm seen from "Camp '95"
Collecting a fossil turtle at Willow Wash, San Juan Basin, New Mexico.
A barrel cactus in bloom.
My favorite campsite: "Camp '95"
A collared lizard (Crotophytus collaris) on branch (left) a double rainbow (right) after a storm.
A petrified log (from the Ojo Alamo Formation) forming a natural bridge, overlooking Alamo Wash, San Juan Basin, New Mexico.
At "Sternberg's Stump" -this is the same fossil tree stump that was photographed by Charles H. Sternberg in 1921 and published in the second edition of his autobiographical account "Hunting dinosaurs in the badlands of the Red Deer River, Alberta Canada" (1932). Originally published by Sternberg in 1917, he added a few new chapters to his book, including two recounting his adventures in the San Juan Basin, New Mexico.
The 2008 Field Team- left to right: Steven Jasinski, Jim Nikas and Robert Sullivan, at a site in the Naashoibito Member (Ojo Alamo Formation), San Juan Basin, NM.