Archive for the 'Mountains' Category

Northern California – Redwoods to Mount Shasta; New Archive Photos

Monday, May 18th, 2015

Pin It Picture: Redwood forest and fog, Redwood National and State Parks, Del Norte County, California I’m happy to present this mini-portfolio set of images from Northern California, which is part of a larger collection of photos that I’ve recently added to my searchable Image Archive Library. These pictures were all shot during the course […]

The irony of my last post; My Best Yosemite Shot Ever!

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015

Pin It Picture: Morning clouds and fog fill Yosemite Valley at sunrise from Tunnel View, Yosemite National Park, California For those of you who saw my last post, My Best Yosemite Shot Ever, you hopefully realized that posted on April 1st, it was indeed an April Fools joke. I was part of a group of […]

That Crazy Nikon D800 HDR issue

Thursday, November 13th, 2014

Pin It Picture: Beaver Pond along Mill Creek, Lundy Canyon, Mono County, Eastern Sierra, California There are times when we come across a scene that we, as experienced photographers, know has an exposure range that is beyond what our camera is capable of recording in a single frame. With that in mind, and looking at […]

Pictures of Lake Tahoe & Carson Pass

Monday, November 3rd, 2014

Pin It Recently added photos of the Lake Tahoe, Hope Valley, and Carson Pass region of the Sierra I’ve just added a collection of recently edited and processed photos from the Lake Tahoe, Hope Valley, and Carson Pass region of the Sierra to my online searchable Image Archive, a.k.a. Photo Library. All images are available […]

To Be or Not To Be A Panorama

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014

Pin It Picture: Sunset light on clouds with full moon rising over Mono Lake from above Conway Summit, Mono County, Eastern Sierra, California Question: Is there a definite point when something can or should be called a “Panorama” vs. a time when it shouldn’t? Is this image a Panorama? If it’s not a Panorama, what […]

Starburst images on the Nikon web site

Wednesday, July 30th, 2014

Pin It Picture: Sunburst behind rocky spire near Vogelsang Pass, Cathedral Range, Yosemite National Park, California A couple weeks ago I mentioned that one of my images from The Subway in Zion National Park was being used on the Nikon web site in their Learn & Explore section. I’m pleased to let you know that […]

It will swallow you whole

Monday, April 28th, 2014

Pin It Picture: Storm clouds envelope a mountain peak in Glacier National Park, Montana Do you see the giant rock-eating monster? You can almost hear it saying, “Nom, Nom, Nom.” Have you ever had that feeling like a wave has come upon you and simply swallowed you up whole? Rather than a literal ‘beach’ wave, […]

A great but strange Yosemite experience thanks to the US Gov’t.

Thursday, October 10th, 2013

Pin It Picture: Vogelsang Peak reflected in Vogelsang Lake at sunrise, near the Vogelsang High Sierra Camp, Yosemite National Park, California< This last Monday evening found me driving home from the Eastern Sierra along Highway 120, crossing over the Sierra via Tioga Pass Road through Yosemite National Park. It was truly one of the best […]

Autumn Insanity Photo Workshop in the Eastern Sierra 10/18

Friday, September 27th, 2013

Pin It Picture: Fall colors on aspen trees below Mount Dana, Eastern Sierra, California First off, let me say this is just nuts; maybe even insane… Just within the last couple weeks I was asked if I’d be interested in running a photo workshop in the Eastern Sierra for one of the Bay Area’s local […]

Catching up, moving on, and turning off.

Friday, July 5th, 2013

Pin It Picture: Mount Rainier reflected in Reflection Pond, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington CATCHING UP: As I mentioned in a blog post few weeks ago, I’ve been spending a lot of time recently adding images to my image library. In fact, since wrapping up my last book, Photographing California; vol. 1 – North, I’ve […]






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