oil paintings and photography by Amber Honour

Tag: hiking

Pockets of Fall in the Desert

Pockets of Fall in the Desert

  The desert generally always looks the same. Sometimes it is slightly more green, sometimes it is a little more brown, and sometimes there is a little snow. But mostly, it just is. The only thing that really changes is the temperature. In the summer it […]

First Snow in Fall

First Snow in Fall

  In the first days of October this year, me and my husband went up to the mountains for a little hike to see the fall colors. I think we were a little early though. Despite being early, we also managed to catch a snowstorm, […]

Bunkers in Spring

Bunkers in Spring

    One of my favorite things is abandoned old structures. All over the island of Kodiak, Alaska are remnants of World War II. Most of the concrete structures are showing their age, but still pretty solid. The one in the picture above is a […]

Termination Point

Termination Point

Here are a few photos of Termination Point in Kodiak, Alaska. It is a beautiful hike through mossy forest, assuming you can find the trail. The first time we attempted this hike, we ended up on a game trail that left us a little way […]

Sunset in the Desert Silhouette

Sunset in the Desert Silhouette

  These photos were taken on the hike back from photographing Corona Arch at sunset. The same photos featured in last weeks post. I was initially going to post them together but the look and feel was too different. Night hiking can be pretty fun and […]

Cornona, Please!

Cornona, Please!

  Sunset at Corona Arch in Moab, Utah. I have a tendency to complain about where I live. I was born and raised in Moab so I take it for granted. It really is a beautiful place assuming you can claw your way through the crowds […]