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Taken in Arches National Park, Utah.

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A storm blew through the valley as we ascended Angel's Landing hike in Zion National Park. Fortunately this wasn't a lightning storm so I was able to hike and photograph with out worry.


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Almost 5 years I've been driving by this spot and every time I pass by I see a fleeting composition. The pool in the foreground with the winding stream toward the mountains. The problem is that I'm usually driving somewhere with a purpose and unable to stop. Mentally I was preparing for sunrise light but just last week on a drive back to the north shore I pulled over and turned around. Why not give it a go. The sun was popping in and out of the clouds creating awesome dappled light. I took a number of exposures including some panoramas but this was the first I worked on.

Look for more work from this spot or similar as I do a study of the light over the seasons. And maybe I'll even get permission to shoot from inside the fence ;)

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In honor of the white blanket of snow outside my window, I thought I'd post one from a more tropical place and time. Taken a few springs ago on the Volcanic shoreline of Costa Rica. I was experimenting with my 8 stop ND filter at the time. The reason for the blurred look in the clouds and water is that this is a 30 second exposure.

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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!
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Taken while traveling through the Narrows last year, Zion National Park, Utah.


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A cold but calming evening on Antelope Island State Park.

One of the reason's I like the island so much is because during the day you have a chance to photograph a wide variety of wildlife, but because it is an island, with a little planning and guesswork often times a good composition can be found to compliment the best light the sunset has to offer.

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Golden rays of light burst through a unique doorway carved by time along Pfeiffer Beach, Big Sur. Truly one of those beautiful moments where the elements combine in your favor. Winter solstice is the time at which the Sun is at its southernmost point in the sky. During this brief period our sun lines up directly with this portal and allows us to witness a unique phenomenon.

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Another one of my Fuji scans. Definitely my favorite shot out of the four times I've been here so far. Looking forward to printing this one huge - since that's the whole reason I carry that beast of a camera with me.
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The 10,911 ft (3,326 m) Cathedral Peak towers over Upper Cathedral Lake and much of Yosemite National Park like an ancient sanctuary. During a colorful late August sunset the western slope picks up the last light of the day, as seen from the granite blocks 130 feet above the lake's surface and a deer browsing in the meadow to the left of the lake.

While in the distance the peaks of Matterhorn Peak, Twin Peaks, Camiaca Peak (most distant, right behind Fairview Dome) and Sheep Peak (left to right) loom just as majestically over Yosemite National Park and the Sierra Nevada range.
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