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23 Apr 2015

Milky Way Over the Watchman – Weekly Photo

When I visited Zion National Park two years ago for the first time I knew I had to go back. One of the shots I had wanted to get this time was a Milky Way shot over the Watchman. It took a little planning but I was well rewarded. This shot was literally taken outside my tent in the Watchman campground. Click here to purchase the print

10 Apr 2015

White Folds – Weekly Photo

As the weather starts to warm up the trips I planned at the beginning of the year are starting to take shape. While I look forward to upcoming new adventures I can’t help but also look back at some of my past trips. Like last year’s trek through Utah and Arizona. This week’s picture is from that trip, the last day actually, at White Pocket in the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument.

31 Mar 2015

Ancient Bristlecone Roots – Weekly Photo

If you visit this site regularly you will know that I love to photograph trees, especially bristlecone trees up in the White Mountains near Bishop, CA. These contorted trees are so visually striking and definitely look like they are among the oldest things living on this earth. This particular fallen tree is probably about 3,000 years old. Click here to see more pictures from the Ancient Bristlecone Forest.

28 Feb 2015

Weekly Photo – Driving into Artist’s Palette

Winter and early spring is one of my favorite times to visit Death Valley National Park. I know it sounds desolate and barren, but if you’ve spent any significant time in the actual park you’d know that first impressions can be deceiving, it’s far from barren. Just on the geologic level there are so many fascinating things to see like Artist’s Palette, a group of hills filled with a variety or minerals giving it a the feeling your driving/walking through […]

28 Jan 2015

Snow Dusted Inyos – Weekly Photo

The winter storms that roll through Southern California always get me excited to see how it affects the landscape. I also get a sense of disappointment that I am not up near the Sierras (or in the Sierras) experiencing the weather up there. This shot was taken in the Owens Valley in California a few years back a spring storm dusted the surrounding mountains with snow.

03 Dec 2014

Christmas Print Sale – Going on Now!

This month only I am offering a 25% discount on all print orders $16 or more. Just visit my etsy shop, dubland.etsy.com and enter the Coupon Code CHRISTMAS14 during checkout. Offer good on custom orders as well. Want your order by Christmas day? Order your print by December 19th. Metal and Canvas prints need to be ordered by December 12th. Click here to visit my etsy shop.

24 Nov 2014

Southern California Suburban Tributary – Weekly Photo

Sometimes you have to make do with the time you have. These days as a husband and a father of young kids I don’t have as many opportunities to scout out a location and spend several hours taking shots. This particular shot was shot that took about two months to efficiently execute. I had scouted it quite a few times but timing the sun being up at just the right time was tricky. I was trying to time it so […]

20 Nov 2014

A View of and a View from William Wallace Tower – Weekly Photo

It’s always fun to look back at some of you earliest work. This week’s selection is going back 11 years to some of my first ever digital pictures (on a 3 megapixel camera) in Stirling, Scotland looking at the William Wallace tower and also from the top of the tower. Yes, it’s the William Wallace from the Braveheart movies, he has a whole tower dedicated to him in the city of Stirling, site of one of his more famous battles. […]

12 Nov 2014

Jeffery Pine Tangle – Weekly Photo

Taken near Twin Peaks up in the San Bernadino mountains while looking up at this 400+ year-old tree that was hit by lightning. Because of the lightning strike it stopped growing up and started growing out, causing this tangle of branches you see. Click here to see more images from my Southern California Collection.

23 Oct 2014

Storm Break at Sunset Panoramic – Weekly Photo

One thing I love about doing panoramic photos is the opportunity to expand beyond the standard dimensions of the camera frame. I remember the first time I experienced Disneyland’s Circle Vision as a kid and being blown away seeing a film that gave you a 360 degree perspective. The idea of expanding the photographic canvas beyond the standard 2×3 or 4×5 dimensions is quite inspiring. This week’s photo was again from my trip through Utah this past summer we were […]