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I was proud to host my first workshop today, I had a great time with some great students. This was taken at one of our locations on a scouting trip.

Wasatch Mountains, Utah.

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A few more from the Wasatch Mountain's of Utah in Autumn:
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We went searching for fall colors and found some yesterday. The Maple in the area have some of the brightest reds I've seen since moving to Utah.

Who's ready for a hike??

Loafer Mountain trail, Wasatch Mountains, Utah.

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I entered this into the Elite Artists group [link] Autumn photo contest.

I chose this image because it presents many of the facets of Autumn that make it a great time of year. A beautiful variety of colors, a sense of exploring, a path beckoning one to keep hiking and soaking up the saturated colors that are unique to these few weeks. Sometimes an image can describe that Fall feeling better than words ever could.
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A very special place to me, Red Castle area in the High Uinta Wilderness, Utah.

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A magically little canyon along the coast of northern California. Getting here at sunrise allowed me plenty of time without people and a time to commune with the mythical creatures in these parts.

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Autumn 2011
Switzerland

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Stelvio National Park, Italy
Autumn 2012

After numerous arduous hikes during the last 4 weeks I'm proud to present a lot of new work. I traveled through the Eastern Alps: from Switzerland to South Tyrol and the Dolomites to Slovenia. I'll upload them here on 500px during the next days.
Part two of my Alp series 2012 contains the images from northern Italy. Where I shot the Stelvio National Park and the UNESCCO World Heritage Site Dolomites. At the middle of October the autumn was on it's peak and after some heavy snowfall till the valleys the landscape presents winterly. English descriptions and more shoots will follow soon!



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Triglav National Park, Slovenia
Autumn 2012

After numerous arduous hikes during the last 4 weeks I'm proud to present a lot of new work. I traveled through the Eastern Alps: from Switzerland to South Tyrol and the Dolomites to Slovenia. I'll upload them here on DA during the next days. In the last part of my Alp series 2012 I present pictures from the Slovenian Triglav National Park. The azure streams and the autumnal colorful beech groves create an impressive natural spectacle. English descriptions and more shoots will follow soon!



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Cerces Lake - French Alps

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Plan du lac and the Grande Casse - Vanoise national park - French Alps

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Perfect reflection in Antern lake by a cold summer morning...

French Alps

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Lush forest path deep in the heart of the New England National Park, down Five Day Creek walking track, NSW Australia. I just loved hoe the sun filtered it's way through the canopy and illuminated this section on the forest floor, very magical and lush!

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One of my all time favourite spots to visit when in Queensland is Natural Arch in the beautiful Springbrook National Park, Australia. I have been here multiple times with and without my camera. My first time with the camera I captured one of my favourite Limited Edition photographs which most of you would be familiar with if you've been following my work for the past 4 years. This is a similar composition of the same waterfall, but taken a year or so apart from the other shot.

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Five Day Creek - New England National Park - NSW, Australia. This place is truly beautiful and left me lost for words. The creek splashes over cascades and waterfalls between graceful king ferns and mossy boulders. All up I hiked close to 9km. There's just so much to see as you wander slowly. All the lush green foliage and fascinating fungi along the way is magic!

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The sun is rising over the golden valley. .
A very peaceful moment .

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Ethereal nature collection 2012

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the inner valleys of Chile have enfolded wonderfull colored textures ..

I really enjoyed these forests .


April 2012 | Val del frances | Chile . Patagonia

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Swiss Alps ( Interlaken ; BE )
Lovely Atmosphere

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My favorite time of the year, like many, is autumn. There are many reasons why it is my favorite time of the year. For one, the temps drop into the 90's, but just a two hour drive, the temps drop even more, and the landscape rises into a volcanic peak that is just covered in aspens. Just like most alpine regions, Flagstaff had begun it's wonderful display of fall colors. Bright gold aspens stick out against the blue sky as the golden leaves trickle down to the floor from the slight breezes. That's not even the best part. In another week or so, the opposite side of the mountain will unveil it's colorful display, and then another week until the canyons begin their kaleidoscope of change. Unlike autumn it most places, which occurs very quickly at the mercy of the cold weather, Arizona's fall display lasts until late december. Of course, the upper regions where the aspens and maples grow give way first, but then the cottonwoods begin to turn and line the desert rivers and canyons. It's a magical time to be in this state, and this is only the beginning of my autumn adventures. I can't wait to get back to the high country to get my autumn high.

Inner basin- Flagstaff, Arizona.

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This is one of my favorite shooting locations around Phoenix. The drive out to this area is just full of stunning scenery. I spent two separate evenings here working the river and cliffs, finally getting some unique light and sky the second time around. This is a pano of six vertical images. This place could be even more beautiful without all of the garbage left behind by the party animals.

Lower salt river- Arizona

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I spent labor day weekend up on the north rim of the grand canyon with a few fellow photographers and got to experience some of the views that are off the beaten path. For the most part, we had the park to ourselves with a few others poking in to the view points. I had the chance to camp along the rim (something I've always wanted to do) and meet some new people. This area is not off the beaten path, in fact, many of you have probably seen images from this location, but for me the real view was inside the canyon. We started our morning at 3am loading up our gear from our first campsite and headed an hour and a half to point imperial hoping for a good sunrise. We got there about an hour before hand and just waited out the light. We didn't get any dramatic light, but some nice skies and views. After about an hour and a half of shooting at this point we headed to cape royal. These were the only two points we reached via paved road. When we arrived it had began raining so we sat in the car for a few minutes as the rain began to lighten up a bit. With the sun already in the sky, I wasn't really expecting anything dramatic. With the on and off rain it was hit or miss or get everything wet. Once the rain finally let up this rainbow appeared from inside the canyon and some soft filtered light painted the canyon floor. This was really the first time I ever got a rainbow on camera that I liked. With a few shots taken, we headed some 22 miles on rough borderline 4x4 roads to our final point and had quite the light show at sunset. It was a grand experience for my first visit to the north rim and surely will not be my last.

Cape royal, Grand canyon national park- Arizona.

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CANADA'S MATTERHORN

Mt Assiniboine Provincial Park


The Canadian Rockies "Matterhorn" situated in British Columbia towers over Lake Magog.



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Banff National Park

There is a firey sunrise behind Banff's famous Rundle Mountain, viewed from the Vermilion Lakes.

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Peyto Lake
Banff National Park

A few days ago I walked up the closed snow filled road up to the Peyto Lake viewpoint. There was some fresh snow over night that gave a nice white blanket over the trees and the edge of the lake.


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Sunday morrning, I was enjoying the silence (apart from the noise coming from passing cars behind), Glenco and its Lochan na h-Achlaise. A magic place and a breathe-taking view if you can catch the morning light. Can't get enough of this place!

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A short but very steep trek to the top of Ben A'an with Loch Katrine beyond. Here is the first image I have processed from yesterday's sunset. I hope you like it!
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Loch Lubnaig - (Loch Lůbnaig in Gaelic) is a small loch near Callander in the Stirling council area, Scotland.
It is around 5 km long, and has depths of up to 44.5 metres.
Loch Lubnaig offers fishing from the shore while canoes can be rented at the north end. Alternatively, two car parking areas on the east shore offer perfect, albeit sometimes busy, canoe launching points.
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On the first evening of my trip to SW Colorado for the changing leaves, I found myself heading down a winding gravel road in the middle of the night. Deciding that "vista point" probably meant that something vast and open was going to be around, I pulled over and set up camp (i.e. the back of my car). The next morning I began shooting well before sunrise and quickly found out that this was a spot I had been trying to find for sometime. Happy as a nerd on a computer, I shot away, even though the lighting sucked and this was clearly a sunset spot.

So, with the remainder of the day, I roamed the surrounding mountains finding fun trails and other potential spots to shoot. Knowing that I would return to this area in the evening, the only thing I could think of was, "Please let there be some good light."

With huge amounts of luck, and being in the right place at the right time, the very last light of the day cast a brilliant red glow across Chimney Rock and the Courthouse. Not only was the color beautiful, but so was the changing aspens. Though not at their peak, seeing entire mountainsides filled with yellows, oranges, reds and greens is something in its own.

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While the air cools surrounding the desert and mountains, the colors themselves burn richer than the entire day. My lens rests upon a temporary sandbar that will soon erode from the passing stream. Later, the winds will carry the sand back to the dunes to create another stunning mound of sand for hikers and photographers alike to enjoy.

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A hunt for a photograph that I found in Denver International Airport by Thomas Mangelsen led me to this spot. Located at the very end of a gravel road, I spent the night in my hot rod anticipating something like this. My mom told me the day before to not worry about how all of my photographs turned out. It only takes one.

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