Randall K. Roberts is a nature photographer based in New Mexico. After a successful career as a newspaper photographer and editor, Randall was lured into the wilderness by the luminous skies and sweeping landscapes of the American West.
"My goal is to capture moments in the outdoors that speak to the heart and renew our respect for wild places," Roberts says. In addition to landscapes and nature, he enjoys photographing places that are a link to our cultural past. Whether it's a pioneer cabin, a crumbling farmhouse or an ancient Native American cliff dwelling, Roberts believes that these places share a fragile beauty and remind us that our past can disappear in an instant if we don't preserve it.
Roberts' nature photos have been published in regional and national magazines including National Geographic Traveler, U.S. News & World Report, New Mexico Magazine, Popular Science, and Albuquerque Monthly; and in books and calendars by National Geographic Books, Falcon Press, Rio Nueva Press, Sierra Press, Landmark, Sierra Club and others.
His wildlife images have received awards from the Audubon Society, the North American Nature Photographers Association and the National Wildlife Refuge Association.
To see more photos, please go to his Website: http://archive.randallkroberts.com