I just returned from a trip out east this past week and have found some time to process a few pictures. A photographer friend of mine that I met when he was here in Colorado has been bugging me for years to get out to his stomping grounds. Last year didn’t work with me being […]
After a busy summer last year getting started in the art show scene, I was anxious to get out and do some shooting in the fall. One of the quick trips I took was down to Zion National Park in southwest Utah in early November. I always enjoy this park, especially in the fall. I […]
Kauai has hundreds of waterfalls dotting its tropical landscape. The mountains in the center of the island get more rain than anywhere else in the world and that water has to drop a couple of thousand feet to reach the ocean. The challenge for a photographer is how to get to them. Many are only […]
My good friend and fellow photographer Luke Tingley and I arrived at the Hidden Lake trailhead early in the afternoon leaving ourselves plenty of time to wait for a parking spot and to scout out where we wanted to setup for sunset. Shortly after starting up the trail we veered off into the valley below […]
The morning started out shooting waterfalls in a steady rain around Saint Mary Lake in Glacier National Park. After getting our fill down below, my friend and fellow photographer Luke Tingley and I headed on up to Logan Pass. After climbing over 2,000 feet, the rain had changed to snow.
There are a lot of waterfalls in Kauai which is understandable since one of the wettest places on Earth is in the middle of the island. Mount Waialeale gets an average of 450 inches of rain every year. All this water naturally flows down the mountainside to the ocean. Many of the falls can only […]
The third waterfall that my good friend and fellow photographer Luke Tingley and I visited on a rainy morning this September turned out to be a lot of fun to shoot. Fun that is if you like struggling to stay on your feet!
The steady rain continued as we reached our next trailhead which made for a sloppy hike to Saint Mary Falls. It didn’t help matters any when my good friend Luke Tingley and I took a wrong turn (I am sure it was my fault!) not too far down the trail adding an extra mile to […]
The weather couldn’t have cooperated more with our shooting plans than on this day in Glacier National Park. My good friend and fellow photographer Luke Tingley and I awoke to the sound of a gentle rain as our alarms went off to get up for sunrise. We got ready and headed out anyway only to […]
The first morning my good friend and fellow photographer Luke Tingley and I went to Swiftcurrent Lake for sunrise was not looking very promising. The winds were whipping across the lake from the west and the sky was socked in with clouds to the east. We had arrived in the faint light of dawn and […]