Kluth & Associates
Geology (More to come)
Crossing normal faults, Bishop Tablelands, Eastern California
Augustana College Colorado Front Range Field Trip, 2011.  Note that they are wearing Kluth & Associates corporate T-shirts. 
Elden Mountain, a dacite dome just north of Flagstaff, Arizona.  Note the lobate flows on the flanks of the dome.
Folded Cretaceous rocks in the triangle zone in western Montana thrust belt.  Note the many detachment structures.
The Redsprings/Keystone Thrust west of Las Vegas, Nevada.  Cambrian carbonates on the hanging wall (left) thrust over an overturned syncline in the Jurassic Aztec Sandstone.
Arial view of Zion National Park, Utah.  the prominent erosional towers are in the Jurassic Navajo (equivalent to Aztec Sandstone).
Entrenched meanders of the Colorado River in central Utah.
Complex ripple pattern in dunes, Death Valley, California
Desication features formed in evaporitic sediments in the interdune area of sand dunes, Death Valley, California.
Fun Pictures (More to come)
Cliff Palace ruin, built by Ancient Puebloans approximately 1000 years ago, Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.
Hot air balloon, Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Colorado hot air balloon, Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Afternoon rainbow, Roxborough State Park, Colorado
Doorways, Chaco Canyon National Park, New Mexico.