Greetings everyone! I thought I’d share with you some of my recent images of Havasu Falls and the various waterfalls of Havasupai. These images are a collection of photographs taken over several years of trekking deep within the hallowed walls of Grand Canyon to visit this enchanting place. Havasupai is the last place within Grand Canyon to house a Native American village and it is known for it’s abundant waterfalls that take on a teal-blue color from various mineral deposits deep within the earth. The blue-green color of the water in contrast with the stark red-rock canyons, lush foliage and deep blue Arizona skies make Havasu Falls an incredible place to photograph. If you are interested there are still a few spots left on my 2017 Waterfalls of Havasupai Photography Tour & Workshop. Join us on the hike!
Russ Nordstrand is a professional landscape and wildlife photographer specializing in photography as fine artwork. His Fine Art Prints are hanging in homes, offices and private collections across the U.S and Canada and in many other countries throughout the world. Russ leads on average about 20 Photography Tours & Workshops each year to incredible destinations such as Yellowstone, Alaska, Glacier, Yosemite, Utah, Colorado’s Rocky Mountains, the Great Smoky Mountains and more. He also frequently writes articles on this blog on various photographic techniques, the art of composition, environmental concerns, photography and travel news as well as documenting recent adventures. Originally from the Pacific Northwest, Russ has lived in the greater Rocky Mountain West since 1999 and currently resides in beautiful Flagstaff, Arizona.