Larry Lindahl is a professional travel and nature photographer with images published in international magazines, award-winning books, and scenic calendars. His photography takes you deep into the American Southwest to witness breathtaking scenes of Grand Canyon, the red rocks of Sedona, ancient Indian dwellings and rock art, celebrations of Native American cultures, Route 66, and the national parks of the Southwest region.
New Mexico Kicks on Route 66 (2016), his most recently released book, features his images exclusively, along with The Ancient Southwest 2015, Arizona Kicks on Route 66 2012. His award-winning book, Secret Sedona: Sacred Moments in the Landscape (2006), thoroughly explores the red rock wilderness through his vibrant photography and text.
Lindahl’s work can be viewed in several traveling and permanent exhibits throughout the United States. The exhibits range from a Smithsonian traveling exhibit to a Native American private healing ceremony on the Navajo reservation. Learn more about these on the Exhibits page.
Lindahl is a photography workshop leader and instructor and an inspiring guest speaker at photography conferences, book signings, and camera clubs.
“It’s easy to hear in Lindahl’s words a passion both for photography and the natural world. He works to tune in to the emotions elicited by a place in order to shape the photographs he makes of it. Although Lindahl wants to showcase his own personal connections with nature through his photography, it’s also clear that he’s in the business of honoring the landscape.” — Outdoor Photographer magazine