DP Ernst

DP Ernst

Lives in United States OR, United States
Works as a Professional Land Surveyor
Joined on Aug 13, 2010

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  • Having made numerous trips to that area the suggestions of weather and location are important this time of year. Here is a link to my web page that has a large number of photo blog with ...
  • Replied in Mesa Verde
    The ruins that I visited were around 7,000 feet so you need to be acclimatized. During the summer there is far more open than when I was there in October. For photography, you need both wide and ...
  • Created discussion thread Mesa Verde
    When you think of Cliff Dwellings, often the pictures that come to mind are from Mesa Verde. This is the premier site for them as well as being a very popular National Park. Join me for a late fall ...
  • I agree that one day just isn't enough to cover much of what's out there. There were strong winds the day I was there so I stuck to side canyons with more protection. The main valley was a dust ...
  • Thanks! I'll have to check my monitors as it looks good. I'll reset and see if that make a difference.
  • Created discussion thread Bristi Badlands
    Here is a little know place not far from Chaco Canyon in New Mexico. The Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness is a rolling landscape of badlands which offers some of the most unusual scenery found in the ...
  • Replied in Chaco Canyon
    If you go to Chaco, you might consider stopping of at Bristi Badlands for a hike. It's pretty amazing and about 35 miles south of Farmington. I'll be posting a photo blog on it in a few days.
  • Created discussion thread Chaco Canyon
    Choco Canyon is an enigma in southwest Native American history. There is still no complete answer for it development and demise. It was the cusp of a great and wonderful culture and it remains one ...
  • Replied in El Morro
    If you want to get right up close, hire a guide or go to Chaco Canyon. There are better ruins at Chaco and you can hike through it on your own.
  • Replied in El Morro
    If you go to Canyon de Chelly, You will need a long lens to shoot off the rim. I took a Canon 100-400 and I could have used more at times. To really see much you'll need to hire a native guide. ...
  • Replied in El Morro
    I live in Arizona too. Here is a place in Arizona you probably haven't heard of that will stun you. Almost no one goes here and it amazing. http://dennis-ernst-blogs.blogspot.com/2014/05/coal-mine- ...
  • Replied in El Morro
    There are two table of photo blogs on my web page. Look below the opening slideshow for the links. There are over 125 from a wide variety of places.    Here's the link to my web page: http://dennis ...
  • Created discussion thread El Morro
    Here is a photo blog of a little know National Monument that has a lot to offer photographers. http://dennis-ernst-blogs.blogspot.com/2015/10/el-morro-national-monument-new-mexico.html Small in ...
  • Replied in Sky City
    Thanks for the information! It was my first trip to the Acoma but I've visited many other tribes. I worked on several in the Northwest during the 80's. Several Acoma told me their stories but ask ...
  • Created discussion thread Sky City
    I recently visited Sky City on the Acoma reservation in New Mexico. This is a wonderful place for travel photography. http://dennis-ernst-blogs.blogspot.com/2015/10/acoma-sky-city-new-mexico.html
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