Category Archives: Landscape-Photography

photographs of Landscape

 

Outside Last week: Lake Powell

Last week I was on my way to the Sierra Nevada Mountains when a text popped up inviting me out to lake Powell for a few days. I had to pause for a bit to […]

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Sand in the Sky

Last week I was on a video shoot with Center of the Universe and we ended up in Death Valley. You might be wondering if it was hot, but it wasn’t to bad only 102F […]

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Winter

The eyes of mother nature never lay closed.

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Rock and Water

What a busy last few months for me back and forth from the bay area down to Long Beach/San Diego.  Between the driving and the video work with Center of the Universe I did manage to […]

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Terrace Lake

Last week I headed north to the Mount Shasta area of California to explore and to look for another photographic playground and  I wasn’t disappointed. From daily visits by the mule deer to the beautiful […]

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Fairies flight

I learned a long time ago that listening to the stories and advice shared and given by my elders was a smart thing to do. Some of those stories are great while others- not so […]

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Abstract Impressionism

A recent trip to my beloved Sierras led me to this photograph. I have decided to say it is abstract impressionism what do you think? Fell free to chime in below.  

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Fuji Velvia

How many of you still remember film? How many of you landscape photographer lovers still remember Velvia?  This old image was shot on it a long time ago, you know when every time you went […]

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Spring is near

Its that time of year for the flowers to start blooming.  But remember depending on your geographic location wild flowers can be found year round and I’m not talking about flower shops.

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Clouds in the Sky

For this post I decided to stick with another photograph of Clouds to go along with a recent post of clouds (Half Moon Light.) We see clouds all the time and for a lot of […]

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