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Autumn carpet from Kebler Pass, Colorado
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Capitol Peak with Fall foliage
Snowmass, Colorado
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Banff National park
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Sunrise at Oxbow Bend in Grand Teton National Park
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Schwabacher Landing in Grand Teton National Park
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The iconic Snake River Overlook in Grand Teton National Park.
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The interplay of farmland, sunlight, and low clouds creates a dynamic scene.
Note: Several transmission towers were cloned out in this photo
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Nothing groundbreaking here. Yet nonetheless for me this photo exemplifies the simple and satisfying pleasure that comes from being surrounded by nature's bounty. Taken in Mt. Rainier National Park.
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A colorful sunset accentuates a river gorge vista
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This is a photo of a perfect reflection of the Mont Blanc Massif in the ‘Lac de Chérsery”. On that evening in October, the water of the lake only remained completely calm for a few minutes offering me this tremendous photo opportunity. Starting from left to right, the photo allows one’s gaze to wander from the Auigelle Verte to the Grande Jurasse and main peak of the Mont Blanc.


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The last bit of the daylight bathes the Mont Blanc and its neighboring mountains in a fascinating light. Europe’s highest mountain is reflected in a small mountain lake not far from the ‘Aiguillette du Brevent’.

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It's time for some spring photos of my Tuscany trip from which I have just come back. I got some great dynamic weather and some fresh green. As the start of the series I have chosen a panorama form the famous cypresses in Val d'Orcia during sunset.
Unfortunately I had to spend almost 3 full days at garages and car rentals to keep me movable.

But stay tuned, there are a few pictures to follow!



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Winter clouds soak up the last bit of daylight long after the sun has dropped below the horizon. A sagebrush adds to the colors with it's seasonal yellow flowers.

Along the shores of the Great Salt Lake, Utah.

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My favorite place yet in the picturesque Wasatch Mountains of northern Utah.

Sun Dial Peak is earning it's name as the sun set on a crystal Autumn day.

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Bison, Blue and Gold.

All the elements lined up for this shot during a very cold winter night last year. You can see the slight haze in the atmosphere from the Wasatch Front's unfortunate problem of inversion, although it can lend well to outdoor imagery from time to time!

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It was a gorgeous and intense looking morning with winds whipping at 30mph. It was an exhilarating moment!


Glacier National Park, Montana

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Wild Goose Island on Saint Mary Lake, from a viewpoint along the Going-to-the-Sun road in Glacier National Park.

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Sunset at Hidden Lake Creek, Glacier National Park, Montana


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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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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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Shot of the mountain range from Mount Baker, Washington (USA) at sunset
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Shot of the Mountain range in Rainier Park (WA, USA) at sunset.
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The 2013 Landscape Calendar remake is now available. A second one is coming soon!

Classic view of awesome. How I'd love to take this shot at sunrise one day.

Location: Garibaldi Lake, Garibaldi Provincial Park, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
Equipment: Nikon D90 + Nikon 10-24mm + Moose's Polarizer
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Late fall. Just another week, and everything is already covered with snow.

Location: On the way to Elfin Lakes, Garibaldi Provincial Park, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
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Little tree enjoying the ridiculous color of the lake.

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As the weekend rolled around and the temps having recently dropped, I thought it would be a good time to head up to Dream Lake before everything froze over. I called up a friend from college that now lives nearby to see if he wanted to come along and shoot. With a confirmation and all systems go, we set out well before sunrise to RMNP. The wind was a bit gusty, nothing too bad, but when we rounded the final bend to the Lake, that's when we realized what we were getting ourselves into.

With gusts reaching 60+ mph, it was hard to keep the camera steady. A remedy for this was to up the ISO and knock the f-stop down a little. Also, remaining low to the ground and keeping the tripod legs spread to the max helped a lot.

Though the mood was crazy, there really wasn't any good lighting, until there was. And out of all my trips up there, all the hikes, and all the early morning drives to capture an epic scene , it finally came together. Beautiful rays of sun came from the East, seeping through the clouds which gave a vibrant overload of oranges. From the frozen fingers, to the red cheeks, and the last bit of flowing stream, it was all just wicked awesome. And it was really nice to share it with another photographer that enjoyed it as much as I did!

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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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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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