Archive for the 'Trees' Category

Northern California – Redwoods to Mount Shasta; New Archive Photos

Monday, May 18th, 2015

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 of producing […]

Travel Photography is often about Get What You Can

Friday, August 22nd, 2014

Picture: Palm tree at sunset, Kihei, Maui, Hawaii Almost all travel photography has a combination of things that you as the photographer can or can’t control. Sometimes it simply boils down to a take-what-you-can-get proposition. Nowhere is this more true than when a professional travel photographer takes a family vacation, especially when the family doesn’t […]

Follow the Light

Wednesday, February 26th, 2014

Picture #1: Sunrise light through trees, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington (First let me say how thankful I am to have my blog back up and running normally after it had been hacked earlier this month. I’d also like to apologize to anyone who came to this site via a link only to find an […]

Point Reyes Panoramic Workshop – May 11, 2013

Thursday, May 2nd, 2013

Picture: McClures Beach at sunset, Point Reyes National Seashore, Marin County, California A few spots still remain for a one-day photographic workshop called Panoramic Point Reyes, which I’ll be teaching in conjunction with the Point Reyes Field Institute, a non-profit educational and experiential partner of the NPS & Point Reyes National Seashore. –> Click here […]

Photo Borders; a non-political border war

Thursday, April 25th, 2013

Picture: Trees at sunset, Point Reyes National Seashore, Marin County, California I’d really love it if you’d leave a comment with your thoughts, personal preferences, or any feedback in general on the following: I’ve been struggling with my own Border War. I’m not talking between countries, and it’s not the TV Show on the NGS […]

You want it how BIG? (pt.1)

Thursday, October 11th, 2012

Picture: Redwood forest panorama, Humboldt Redwoods State Park, Humboldt County, California Click on the photo to see the image larger. I may have previously mentioned in passing that I was working on a pretty big image. Earlier this year I met with a design team working on a project for a new hotel. I was […]

A trip through the seasons

Tuesday, October 18th, 2011

Picture: Snow covered pine trees along road to Echo Summit, near Lake Tahoe, California I got home this weekend from a sixteen day road & hibernation trip. What the heck does that mean? Well, in the middle of those sixteen days, I hibernated all alone in a motel in South Lake Tahoe while a major […]

No More Hermit Crabbe

Monday, October 10th, 2011

Picture: Aspen trees in Fall along Dunderberg Meadow Road, Eastern Sierra, California Over the course of the last week, I’ve been a hermit crab(be). I ducked into a hotel in South Lake Tahoe at the beginning of last week to take coverfrom an unseasonably early winter storm. Normally I’d say fall storm since we were […]

Sierra Fall Colors – Mammoth to Tahoe

Thursday, October 6th, 2011

Picture: Aspen leaves in early Fall, Lundy Canyon, Eastern Sierra, California I’ve spent the last week cruising through the Eastern Sierra, venturing between Mammoth Lakes and South Lake Tahoe while working on my current book project. I thought I would share my observations for the status of the current fall foliage conditions in this area. […]

And the winner is – Redwood NP

Thursday, July 14th, 2011

Photo: Sunlight creeps into a foggy redwood forest, Redwood National Park, Del Norte County, California In my last post, I asked readers to help me decide which of two Redwood panorama photos were better. And the winner is, by a 2:1 margin, the second photo. Sixteen people favored the first photo, while thirty three favored […]

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