Infinite Journey, Left Fork of North Creek, Zion National Park, Utah. Life is good in Utah so far this fall! I hiked the famous Subway on Thursday with perfect color, light and water flow. It was a long and strenuous day, over 9 miles of tough canyon hiking, and then in the water for over 5 hours shooting. It was worth the exhaustion. Did the Narrows this afternoon with Ian and Alex and will be going up again tomorrow with a few clients.
Great Falls National Park, VA. This is a location along the Potomac I have been waiting to capture for many years. Finally got the right combination of water level, clouds and light to make it happen. Taken on Sunday morning at sunrise.
Cydonia Sunrise, Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada. An incoming low pressure system gave us incredible clouds this morning in Valley of Fire. We were lucky to have a nice big gap on the eastern horizon to light the sky on fire. I love my job!!!
Sunrise at Moraine Lake, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. This lake has been shot over and over, but this composition is a little different. The popular spot is to the left of this shot, with the trees framing the lake, but I liked this spot, cuz it allows you to see more of the reflections of the mountains. Also, the typical shot is with light falling on the mountains, but then you lose the cool pink colors in the sky too, so this is a little different. Enjoy!
It's been almost two years! Two years since I posted here. I'm back!!!
This image was captured on the first evening of my recent trip exploring the desert landscape of the Colorado Plateau and Valley of Fire State Park. It's amazing to think that I woke up on the opposite side of the country on this morning and after a flight into Vegas and 400 miles of driving (the last 40 miles over extremely rough road) I was shooting amazing light in one of the most remote and wild landscapes in the southwest!
We also just announced a new Photography Boot Camp for this May in West Virginia, more information is available here on the website - [link]