Bob Young
THE FILE 10,000, 4,000 645, 100 4x5, 5000 digital. Majority of best film images converted to digital.
OVERVIEW Scenic, travel and documentary images with emphasis on culture, history, prehistory, dramatic landscapes, special and sacred places, intimate details and subjects off the beaten path.
GENERAL STOCK National parks and monuments of the West, lighthouses,slot canyons, state parks, wildflowers, rock art, Indian powwows and sacred places, historic sites, national forests, scenic landscapes, churches of northern New Mexico, Spanish missions (Texas, New Mexico, California), ghost towns, scenic byways, sunsets, rural scenes, seascapes, marine life, ruins, Route 66 sites, wildlife, archaeological sites, wetlands.
NATURAL HISTORY South Florida, Rocky Mountains and Southwest (landscapes, shores, rivers, mangroves, cypress and pine forests), Colorado Plateau (including slot canyons, mesas, arches, rivers, slickrock and geologic formations)
UNDERWATER Seascapes, coral reefs, vertebrates, invertebrates (wide angles to macro), wrecks, night photography. Papua New Guinea, Red Sea, Cayman Islands, Bahamas, Bonaire, Florida Keys, Bay Islands of Honduras, Galápagos Islands, Sea of Cortés.
NAVAJO ROCK ART Images from the San Juan Basin of northwestern New Mexico, Chuska Mountains, Canyon de Chelly and Chaco Canyon. Greatest concentration on images from Dinetah, the Navajo Homeland, especially petroglyphs and pictographs of holy people.
GENERAL ROCK ART Central and southeast Utah including Nine Mule Canyon, Range Creek, San Rafael Swell, San Rafael Reef, San Juan River, Horseshoe Canyon, Capitol Reef National Park, Sand Island and Butler Wash, Moab and surroundings, Indian Creek, Vernal, Cedar Point, Comb Ridge, Newspaper Rock and more. Also, many sites in Arizona, New Mexico and Texas.
ANCIENT RUINS Areas include Mesa Verde, Chaco Canyon including Chaco Outliers, Canyon de Chelly, Hovenweep, Pueblitos of Dinetah, Cedar Mesa and Comb Ridge sites and many others throughout the Southwest.
SPECIALTIES Colorado Plateau landscapes, rock art, historic and prehistoric ruins. The Dinetah (Navajo Homeland) in northwestern New Mexico, including pueblitos, petroglyphs and pictographs. Chaco Canyon and Chaco Outliers. Spanish Missions in California, New Mexico, Arizona and Texas.
GEOGRAPHIC AREAS United States: Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Kentucky, Maine, Nebraska, New Mexico, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Wyoming. Other: Bahamas, Bonaire, Ecuador, Egypt, Galápagos Islands, Bay Islands of Honduras (Cochinos Grande), Israel.
RECENT COVERAGE Fremont rock art, Navajo rock art, Barrier Canyon-style rock art, Florida.
CREDITS Magazines: Americas, Cortlandt Forum, New Mexico, Nature Conservancy, Sunset, Wyoming Wildlife. Author/Photographer: New Mexico magazine. Books: American Geographic, Chanticleer, Little Brown, National Geographic, Rio Nuevo, Sierra Press, Southwest Parks & Monuments Assn., UNM Press, The Countryman Press. Advertising/Corporate: The Territory Ahead. Paper Products: At-A-Glance, Audubon, Avalanche, Teldon, BrownTrout, New Mexico Office of Cultural Affairs, Smith-Southwestern. Exhibits: Salmon Ruins Museum (1999-2001), Friends of Archaeology Touring Exhibit (New Mexico, 2002-2003).
RELATED CREDENTIALS/SKILLS Contributor to New Mexico magazine with photo/text packages. Published book Images of Dinetah with archaeologist James Copeland 2018.
NONEDITORIAL SERVICES Fine-art and decor prints available.
Bob Young
Bob Young Photography
171 Perkins Dr.
Naples FL 34119 US

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Naples FL 34119 US

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Holly Ruins, Hovenweep National Monument
Silvertip Shark