top of page

I spent three months in 2016 as a volunteer at White Sands National Monument.  My main duties were to work in the visitor center greeting  visitors, taking them on "Sunset Stroll" interpretative walks, introducing visitors to the monument with "tent talks" and "skins and skulls" talks.  I had a great time, met lots of wonderful people from all over the world, and I hope made their visits more memorable by helping with capturing better photos of their visit.  The following images are examples of some of the beautiful photos that await the visitor to White Sands National Monument, the largest gypsum dunefield in the world.




bottom of page