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John Brink

John Brink



The landscape, nature, farm and ranch, flower and insect photographs as scene in the galleries of John Brink Photography are images photographed in Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, and Arizona. His primary location photography of Colorado results from his off grid home in the San Luis Valley on the edge of the San Juan Mountains. His work has been collected, commissioned and published by business and editorial entities as well as private patrons of the photographic arts. John's next projects will be photographs of the wildlife, landscapes and riparian habitat as well as the agricultural and domestic areas of Southern Colorado particularly around the San Luis Valley and San Juan and La Garita Mountains near his off grid passive solar home. John began photographing professionally after graduating and training as a commercial photographer in the early 1970's. He will be uploading more photographs from his back catalog to this John Brink Photography website over the next few months. He thanks you for viewing these photographs and encourages you to bookmark this site and return when you have time. Also Visit On The Brink Productions. If you have requests please feel free to email. Comments left with photographs are always appreciated. Please consider viewing any of John Brink's photographs in high resolution by visiting or John Brink also considers fine art, location portraiture, and commercial or documentary assignments. Contact him via email from this sight or go to Visit On The Brink Productions and click on email to contact him. John Brink also has a page at Fotoblur:

The Sun Temple Home on Rimrock Ranch

Published November 24th, 2012

We are nearing completion of our owner built passive solar home on the western edge of the San Luis Valley. We are off grid and supply all our electricity from solar panels. This location is one of the most sunny spots on Earth. The house stores the solar heat in an insulated concrete floor of over 88 tons. The floor has 1/2 mile of radiant heat tubing with water distributing the solar gain evenly throughout the slab.

We will be transitioning to documenting the wildlife and nature scenics of the valley as we finish our long commitment to hand building the house.

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