CJ Rubin

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Photographing the American West since 1980. Specialist in location portraits & events, indoors & out, using natural light & portable studio lighting.


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Setting sun behind several large cactus in Saguaro NP, AZ.
This famous house was built using empty glass bottles. It is in Rhyolite, NV, a ghost town near Death Valley. Those small round dots are the bottles. If you look carefully, in front of the porch and in the ground you can see bottles there as well.
Dusk at Sunset Point in Bryce Canyon NP, Utah during a full moon.
Summit Lake, just below the top of Mt. Evans, CO. Reflections are always fun.
Two hikers admiring the view from Mt. Dickerman, WA in early spring.
A horse grazing on grass in a pond, not too far from Durango, CO. Painting effect applied.
A shadow selfie taken at sunset in Monument Valley Tribal Park.
Looking S from Cape Perpetua, Oregon. https://goo.gl/maps/46idAGWEa8q
Tufa towers at Mono Lake Tufa State Natural Reserve, California. It is an ancient lake, over 1 million years old—one of the oldest lakes in North America. It has no outlet. Tufa towers are calcium-carbonate spires and knobs formed by interaction of freshwater springs and alkaline lake water.
Looking down at a farm from atop Steptoe Butte State Park.
A time exposure of the clean water at Fern Spring, Yosemite NP, CA.
Hite Overlook, with a view of the uppermost part of Lake Powell. On the far side of the water, on the left, you can just make out a boat launch area. A peaceful and quiet alternative to the lower parts of the lake.