Category Archives: Landscape Photography


Safety Not Guaranteed

Life will wake you up and and remind you of how fast things can change. On December 30, 2017 I had such a reminder.  I’ve spend a good portion of my life hiking up streams, […]

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Best of 2017 – Photography

Each year brings with it new ideas, new friends and new opportunities. These 38 images represent my year in photography. Many images are not in this album as they are client work. But you get […]

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Sands of Time

Hiking quickly through the white gypsum of White Sands National Monument, I keep a close eye on the eastern sky. Sunrise if near and I have yet to find “my spot” to shoot images of […]

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Lighting in Overdrive – Capturing an event in the blink of an eye

Few things are as awe inspiring as lighting. Lighting at night seems to compound that feeling! Yes it is dangerous to be out there storm chasing. I do my best to be safe and keep […]

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Being Published in National Geographic Traveler – A Milestone

You never know when or if it will happen. For landscape and travel photographers it is a milestone we wish and hope for. There are so many good and even great photographers out there these […]

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God Rays and Lighting

OK, no lighting in these images. The storm had started to dissipate (or so I thought). I had decided to head home not finding any lighting to capture. As I came out of the grocery […]

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Lessons at 12,000 Feet

Life has a way of humbling you when you least expect it. After 60 years on the planet, with so many experiences, you would think that I would know better. I had hiked the Sierra […]

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Slide Fire – Capturing Terrifying Beauty

Chasing and capturing images of the Slide Fire Sedona Arizona is an emotional double-edged sword. As Photographers we stand in awe of the amazing places we hike, climb, travel into and photograph in Red Rock […]

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Evolution of a Grand Canyon Photograph

It’s sometimes hard to critique our own work. We get to close to it. I often leave a photograph alone for a few days then revisit it and see if I feel the same about […]

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