I’ve just put up a new gallery on my website for intimates and abstracts! These smaller and stranger aspects of the larger landscape are scenes that I’ve been pursuing more and more lately, and are a great outlet for me to push my creative boundaries. Swipe across for a bunch of unreleased images that are included in the gallery! Head over to the link in my bio to see my website which has all of my photos unrestricted by the dreaded Instagram crop, plus prints and other shenanigans.
“Coming Home.” One night last year, I decided to hightail it out to this location to test my luck with the sunset light. It was totally overcast when I arrived, but I decided to stick it out and see if it cleared up a bit on the horizon as we got closer to sunset. I was also uncertain as to whether the low tide was going to keep the waves from splashing up on the rock formation at the end of the cape -- a necessity for the shot I had in mind. An hour or so after my arrival, I was feeling a bit uninspired over what I’d captured thus far. Just as I was thinking about packing up to leave, the sun broke through that little hole in the horizon, and BOOOOM!!!! -- a rogue wave absolutely exploded at the end of the cape, catapulting a full 40 feet above my head and testing every seam in my clothes and every weather seal in my camera. There was nowhere to hide, so I just kept shooting and managed to make this image as the water drained back into the ocean. I’m happy to report that my gear miraculously survived the soaking!
Ну интересно ж постить «в записи»))) уже после этих glasses столько всего 🛍🛍🛍, что реальный проблем: 1) как не забыть очередной пакет - у нас же до сих пор «гастроли» 😹, 2) как это все упаковать для перелёта 🙈🙉🙊
Oh humanity, wen you will learn to respect the planet? Not only the planet, but also the others living beings, and all the next generations!
The human ignorance has no limits??!?
What's happening in Amazon this unbelievable! 😭😭😭😭😭😭
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7 688 hours ago
A collection of images I have been sitting on from the past year that I don’t think deserve their own solo post, so here they all are in a group.
1: A strange, hazy sunset along Rialto Beach this past Memorial Day weekend. The coast was SO INSANELY CROWDED I couldn’t bring myself to return the next day. Every parking lot was overflowing with cars parked in the hundreds along the side of the road. A lot of folks got a great sunset on the day I skipped, but I still don’t regret it!
2: A peaceful sunrise looking out towards the Tatoosh Range
3: Fresh spring greens growing inside the Olympic National Park
4: The last light of the day glows on Rainiers peak. Not pictured = 1000 mosquitoes
5: First light of the day hitting a unique peak in the North Cascades while one GIANT cloud glows golden
6: Jupiter and the Milky Way doing their dance above Mt Rainier on a clear night
7: Some fresh green leaves at Sol Duc Falls
8: A calm morning in Glacier National Park
9: Taken almost a year ago now, the first dusting of snow around Mt Baker
10: The might Sol Duc Falls with sunlight filtering in
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64 1,8288 hours ago
I had backpacked to this location with the intention of making an entirely different image. 180-degrees behind me, the massive west face of Mt. Hood was looming over me, the creek emptying from the terminus of the glacier just beyond my vantage point. Despite making numerous images of the mountain, I found myself uninspired. Turning around to regroup, I realized that the real action was happening directly behind me. It was a pleasure to be the only person in this section of the Mt. Hood backcountry that morning.