Marge Lake, Payette National Forest, Idaho I tranquil morning in the Salmon River Mountains of Idaho. No clouds, but the still waters were enough to make me happy. Did battle with swarms of mosquitoes, but that just makes it all the more fun and memorable.. Right?
An extremely windy sunrise on our 3 day backpacking trip to Thousand Island Lake, California in the Ansel Adams Wilderness. Low, fast -moving clouds obscured the peak of Banner but still offered a beautiful display of light. Thank you for taking a look!
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
While photographing this area during one sunset and one sunrise, there were many different lighting conditions provided. This image was taken after the sun had been blocked by clouds diffusing the light and evenly illuminating the desert.
The shots below were taken in direct sunlight. Notice the difference?