Skittendalen (in english "Dirty Valley") is my favourite place on earth. I will probably devote quite much of my time to shoot this area over the next years. This one is from a trip last october, looking over towards the mountains Rismålstinden (1012m) and Lilletinden (1134m)
A photo from the last night of our 4 day backpacking trip in the Seven Devils. No wind and some clouds amounted to some great shooting that afternoon. I was extremely thankful for this since the rest of the trip shooting conditions weren't so perfect. These mountains are considered the top rim of the deepest canyon in the U.S. The bottom of which is Hells Canyon and the Snake River. Thanks for taking a look! Seven Devils Mountains, ID
Here's another one from Ponytail Falls in the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon. For this image, I waited for some colorful maple leaves, which from time to time, found their way into the rushing creek. The long exposure was necessary to capture their movement. I was drawn to the scene initially by these little details and I hope you are too.
Last weekend I had a nice hike with some friends, Jesse and Nick, up to Dream Lake before sunrise. It was chilly but worth the effort. The sun slowly worked down the peaks giving a soothing warmth during a cold morning. We all had a moment to ourselves as the sun enveloped Hallet Peak and Flattop Mountain.
Semi-close, this may be my new favorite spot to shoot.
I went to this familiar spot on Black Point to photograph the western sky, but it turned out that the eastern sky held all the action. Shooting the rocks when they're front lit brings out so much detail, it's almost overwhelming. This image is made from 6 separate images manually blended to build depth in the tonal range and a panoramic picture without loss of detail through cropping.