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All images are signed and numbered as limited editions.  At present, the images for sale on the website are unframed, but generally I provide a basic mat.

Sometimes it is more efficient to ship photographs in a tube, particularly when most people want to have mats that are coordinated with their décor, so please send me an e-mail if you would prefer to receive a photograph that is not matted.

Shipping is included in the price of the images.

Class V Images, Limited Fine Art Prints From Around the World

Welcome to my website.  I hope you will enjoy browsing through my travels as a photographer as much as I have enjoyed visiting these remarkable locations and having the opportunity to interpret, enjoy and photograph them.  I plan to use this part of the website to provide news and other information and to answer questions that come in about locations or photography.  For me, the process of sharing what I see and photograph is my primary motivation in creating the website.

I traveled back to Alaska in the summer of 2015 with my friend and fellow photographer, Jeff Johnson. We start out in Anchorage and flew into Brooks Falls to photograph the grizzly bears attempting to catch the salmon leaping up the falls. It is now a fairly famous destination, so you have to wait your turn on the platform next to the falls. The Park Service does a good job of managing the crowds. We were able to get some excellent pictures of the adult grizzly bears catching salmon, and a little further downstream we got some images of younger bears watching, learning the ropes and even catching a few fish.

The rest of the trip was spent at a lodge at the far end of Denali National Park. We were fortunate to have several beautiful views of Denali (formerly Mt. McKinley). These images located in the Alaska category on my website.

I also participated in several juried shows this year. One of my images from the trip to Capitol Reef was published in Cowboys & Indians magazine as part of its annual photo contest. I have been printing many of my images on aluminum over the last year or so. It adds depth and pop to certain of the pictures. The actual printing is done by an outside lab, so prices depend on the size and whether I can order when the labs I use are having a promotion.

In the early summer of 2014, I returned to Montana and spent a week photographing wildlife, including birds of prey and horses.  It was an excellent trip.  I also participated in several juried shows in the Bay Area, including Filoli and the Coastal Land Trust.  This fall, I traveled with my friend Jeff down to Capitol Reef and explored some of the hard to find locations, including the Valley of the Sun and the Moon.  Somewhat to my surprise, fall color in and around Park City provided some very beautiful pictures, particularly up in Guardsman Pass.  These shots are included throughout the website.

Larry Calof, Behind the LensIn the spring of 2013, my good friend, Jeff Johnson and I visited Turkey.  We began in Istanbul, a city with its roots in both Europe and Asia, a rich cultural and religious heritage, wonderful markets and a distinctive skyline filled with spires.  After Istanbul we traveled to the magical landscapes of the Capadoccia area, where a hot air balloon ride highlighted the unusual landscape formations.  After viewing a performance of the whirling dervishes we visited the ancient ruins of Ephesus, followed by a visit to the Agean port of Bodrum.  A new category in Around the World highlights some of the scenes from my Turkey trip.  I also visited Canyon de Chelly in Northern Arizona, known for its wonderful Anasazi ruins (and of late as a location for several scenes from movie The Lone Ranger). I participated in several juried shows this year and have become a member of a small gallery in Menlo Park, Portola Art Gallery, located in the Allied Arts complex. It was a beautiful fall and winter in Utah, so I have added a number of pictures to the Park City and its Environs category. I have been producing many of my images on aluminum substrates.  The process really adds pop and depth to the images.  It is hard to show that on the internet, so please come visit the Portola Art Gallery to see the effect.

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