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An Ancient Bristlecone Pine at sunset. In the background is the Eastern Sierra and the Palisade Range.

White Mountains, Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, Ca.

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The Mobius Arch in the Alabama Hills at sunrise. I sat below the arch on this stormy morning getting pelted with rain and wind praying that the clouds in the east would break up to allow some light onto the sierra and the storm clouds. Luckily enough, right at sunrise, light peered through the clouds and illuminated the scene. Too bad Mt. Whitney was shrouded in clouds, but it still made for a beautiful photo none the less.

Eastern Sierra, Ca.

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The full moon rising over the summit of Mount Whitney, the Whitney Portal, Alabama Hills, Lone Pine, Inyo Mountains, and Death Valley. Taken near the summit of Mt. Whitney.

Eastern Sierra, Ca.

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Athabasca Glacier
Columbia Icefields, Jasper National Park


The sky literally exploded with light that morning! The forever snow seemed to catch fire with glow. Amazing morning!



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Icefields Parkway

One of the most intense sunrises I've ever experienced in the mountain. The alpine glow was NUTS!!!






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Mt. Assiniboine Provincial Park


After an evening of 2 rain storms and a hail storm the clouds passed on through and revealed a beautifully clear night sky. Here is a shot of the milky way over Mt Assiniboine in the BC backcountry. The amount of stars that were visible was just incredible!



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Kalalau as seen from the river during a wonderful summer sunset. Dug this out from July '09. Thought it was worth sharing. What a place!!

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"Eternal Vernal"

After photographing a brilliant sunrise in Yosemite from the river I headed up to hike the two waterfalls that were actually still gushing still (very dry year this 2012). While still much later in the morning than I would have normally gone I figured why not and off up the trail. Climbing a decently steep trail one eventually gets to the Vernal Fall bridge where a glimpse of this monster can be seen. Heading further up the trail there was a gap in the forest and down to the river to explore closer. BAM! What a sight to be seen. Rushing in to action I quickly set up and then moved closer to a rock that caught my eye. The backlit mist and the tree in the distance made for a powerful scene. Was just lucky to be there to catch this ephemeral scene!

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MASSIVE wave action along the Na Pali coast. Sunset was pretty good too ;)

Taken 11/24/09. Found it while going through my catalog to pull images for the new website coming soon!

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I went up to lost dutchman state park today in hopes for an epic sunset. It was all adding up to be something spectacular until the clouds shrouded the sun and sucked all the warm colors out of the sky. I waited to see if anything would happen, but no such luck. Then it began thundering and lightning. I was racing back and forth trying to find decent comps and hopefully catch a stray bolt, but my luck said otherwise. In the end, I decided to take this image which depicts the stormy atmosphere. Five image panoramic for vertical frame.

Lost dutchman state park- Arizona.

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After a magical moment at cape royal in the morning, we headed to our final spot of the trip which was point sublime. Apparently, the quicker route to get here was in the worst shape it's been in for quite some time, so we had to take the alternate route. I'm not sure how bad the original route was, but the route we took was pretty rough on my 2 wheel drive vehicle (Gotta get a 4x4 now). After almost two hours and being stopped by rangers on the way we finally arrived at our campsite. After setting up camp we all headed out to the point with a few hours to spare. We were surprised to find a few others at the point, but nothing that would take away from the beauty and experience unlike the south rim where your shoulder to shoulder at most view points. The clouds were moving extremely fast, and we were worried we wouldn't have many clouds at sunset, but since we had internet access we checked our phones and the weather data and found a storm was heading northeast. That would put some clouds in front of us for sure and the western horizon would remain clear. Finally, the clouds emerged and the sun was low enough to shoot. When the sun finally hit the horizon, the sky lit up like a kaleidoscope of color which reflected onto the canyon walls. We even had the foot of a rainbow appear on the horizon (you can see it here although it is faint). The light lasted for another hour as we all were content on this magnificent sunset. We returned back to camp, ate, charged batteries, and then my friend and I returned to the point for some night photography which you may see in the near future.

Point sublime- Grand Canyon.


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The last image from my outing on the salt river. This wasn't the last shot I took, that goes to prickly pear margarita. This is just the last I'll share. This is a vertical pano of eight 9 horizontal images. Let's just say that the cliffs in this photo look like ants compared to how they are viewed in person. Amazing what a wide angle lens can do. My camera was also about three inches above the waters surface here. The reeds across the river are probably around 15-20 feet in height. I guess my point is that this image is MUCH more deceiving than it looks.

Lower salt river, Arizona

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Bristle Cone Pine Forest, White Mountains - California.
Crop. Exposure. Tone Curve. Saturation.

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Inyo National Forest - California.
Crop. Exposure. Tone Curve. Saturation.

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Bear Creek Spire - California.
Crop. Exposure. Tone Curve. Saturation.

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Taken near Monterey CA (Lone Cypress on seventeen mile drive) I used a Hoya 72 IR filter. I had the filter for only a short time and I really like how the photo turned out with it!
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This is another reflection of Half Dome, taken early in the AM.
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Trees in the clouds 1
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Why so orange? 180 degree pano.

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It's nice to travel, but it's also nice to be back home.

Location: Fraser River South arm, Richmond, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
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One interesting evening.

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A beautiful start to a beautiful day hiking up to Lake Laura with grand views of Mount Rainier. I usually try to avoid the sun in my shots, but this time I thought it worked. :]

Overflow basin of Keechelus Lake, Snoqualmie Pass, WA


This is Addam's shot of the same area!




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This shot was kind of an afterthought, to be honest. I had shot the mountain and the falls with both my wide angle and telephoto lenses, then put the 50mm on for some flowers and droplets shots. As we walked away from the mountain, I turned around and saw this and had to shoot it. I'm not accustomed to shooting landscapes with my 50mm, and have only done it a handful of times. But every time, I'm surprised by the outcome.

The foggy and rainy conditions made for an otherworldly experience. Though I lost the green mosses in the conversion to black and white, I think it really enhanced the mood.

Big Four Mountain along the Ice Caves Trail.
Mountain Loop Highway, Washington


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It's quite a site to behold, seeing all the snow melt in the form of dozens of waterfalls coming off Big Four Mountain. A quick scramble up to the top of a small hill put us as close as we could safely get to the waterfalls for shooting. Though the famed ice caves weren't visible on this trip (I did see them last summer, though!) the waterfalls and fog cloaked mountain more than made up for their absence.

Big Four Mountain on the Big Four Ice Caves trail
Mountain Loop Highway, WA


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Taken in the Ancient Bristle Cone Pine Forest


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Many of us remember when Mt. St. Helens erupted in 1980, today the crater is a site to see, new growth is everywhere but to see the valley and the changes in the landscape it created is humbling. More info here [link]

Mt. St. Helens, Washington
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... the amazing Pacific Ocean has cast a spell on me... I can't get enough :)
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This photo of the Matterhorn taken on a cold evening in October conveys a mystic atmosphere. After the first snowfall, the Stelli Lake is slightly snow-covered but still ice-free. The long exposure captures the moving clouds above the mountain tops of the Valais Alps.

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The first rays of the rising sun are touching the peaks of the Swiss Alps. This shot shows the rising sun just below the mountain top of the 3610-meter high Üsseren Barrhorn (left). It also offers a view stretching from the mountain peaks of the Bernese Oberland and the Aletsch area all the way to the Rhone Valley and the very first peaks of the Mischabel Mountain Range.

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A stunning blaze of colors above the highest mountain of the Alps rising 4810 m above sea level. The panorama shows the reflection of the Mont Blanc Massif in a small mountain lake not far from the ‘Aiguillette du Brevent’.

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