Barry Goldwater looks positively blissful. It’s the summer of 1940, and 31-year-old Barry is deep into a journey along the Colorado River that will...

It was dawn in Monument Valley. From out of utter darkness, as still as it was complete, was born a sight never to be erased from the colored slides...

I was alone the first time I went to Monument Valley. Nearly two years ago. Late April. The day was warm, but the night cooled the way night does...

Editor’s Note: The images in this portfolio are presented chronologically, based on their publication date. We love all 25 images equally....

Randy Prentice A juniper wears a wintry coat amid a stand of mature ponderosa pines near the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park. The...

Tennis Imes sent us a letter in 1966. It came from Santa Monica, one of many letters we’d gotten in response to our thriving newborn. “Calls are...

Architecture isn’t something we practical humans have devised just to enclose space. Architecture carries meaning, and with it the possibility of...

The Territory of Arizona had been established; the first governor and his official family had braved the hardships of the hazardous journey from Fort...