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Author Archives: crweston

28 Feb 2024
Autumnal Morning Light

Reminiscing on My Favorites Photographs of 2023

I’m late again for my annual reflection on the past year of my photographic work. Hmmm, thinking through this some more I think we’ll go with “fashionably late” instead. Yeah, that sounds better! Anyways, 2023, it was quite the year. A year with a lot of new firsts! First and foremost Kim and I got married in March, which you can read all about, and our new family adventures here. There were some great outdoor adventures this year as we […]

30 Oct 2023
Steadfast

Steadfast

This is on the shortlist of one of my favorite images this year. A scene I stumbled across as we were scouting for a good place to watch the Perseid meteor shower that evening.  As we explored the area I looked up to the hills and saw this lone Joshua Tree standing in front of a massive looming monsoonal thundercloud. It was such a striking moment. I knew as I captured it, I wanted to process it in black & […]

13 Oct 2023
2024 Photo Calendar

My 2024 Photo Calendar is on Sale Now!

It’s that time of year. My new 2024 Wall Calendar is now on sale! This year’s calendar is also on sale now through November calendars will be $24.99 (the regular price is $27.77). It’s comprised of my favorite photos taken over the past year. Highlighting places like Maui, Olympic National Park, Sequoia and Kings Canyon, Joshua Tree, and exploring Southern California. ** New Feature this year: Lunar Phases have been added this year! Size: 8.5 x 11 inches folded (11 […]

12 Oct 2023
Kim and Caleb

Changing Seasons, and a New Addition

I am happy to announce we have welcomed a new member into the land of Dub. Earlier this year Kimberli and I tied the knot and we have been forging our new life together with the girls. It’s been a season full of a lot of firsts and new adventures. The wedding itself was such an incredible weekend of connection and celebration with all our friends and family. It was such a blessing to see so many old and new […]

25 May 2023
NLPA Book

Natural Landscape Volume 2

This week I was glad to see this beautiful book in the mail from Natural Landscape Photography Awards. Again, I am incredibly honored to have been included in such an awe-inspiring collection of work. I wrote about the selection back in November when the results were released. If you want to see the collection for yourself you can buy the book on their website (at least at the time this post goes live). Also, be sure to check their website […]

08 Mar 2023
Piercing Tranquility

Raucous Tranquility

Waterfalls in Southern California are a very infrequent experience. Most of the natural falls here appear ever so briefly after a series of storms hit the area. But when we get a wet winter you find some scenes that seem so foreign to a normally arid region. Last weekend I took a break from preparing for my upcoming wedding to do a little hike in the Santa Monica Mountains with my brothers. One of my all-time favorite locations to visit, […]

13 Feb 2023

Transitional

Superblooms and peak fall colors are incredible times to document the beauty of the outdoors, but I have also found the transitional time between seasons can be equally interesting. This time of year in Southern California you can see what I affectionately call the “awkward gosling” phase in the local hills. Where the new spring growth hasn’t grown past the dead grass from the years past, like an adolescent bird that hasn’t quite shed all of it’s down feathers. Below […]

31 Jan 2023
Sandstone Detail

My Favorites: The Highlights of 2022

I know I am late to the party for looking back on 2022, but better late than never. It was a year full of new adventures both photographically and personally. Opportunities arose last year to visit two places I had never been before which are both feature prominently in this years collection. Below are 10 favorite photos of 2022 in no particular order. You can read a little about each photo below. Or if you prefer to just look at […]

21 Nov 2022
Worn Contours High-Quality Photo Print

Worn Contours Receives Honors

Last Tuesday I was caught off guard when my Instagram started going crazy while I was getting my kids ready for school. To my surprise my “Worn Contours” photo was chosen as runner up in the Abstracts category of Natural Landscape Photography 2022 Awards. I am extremely honored to be included in such an exquisite collection of photos and photographers. Congrats to all the winners! I highly recommend you check out the contest results. As for the image itself, it […]

24 Oct 2022
The Brooding Figure

The Brooding Black Knight

There are photos you plan, research, and refine; then there are ones you fall into and just say “wow”! This one is the latter. In fact had I not turned around while hiking to another interesting formation I probably would not have seen it at all. I am so grateful I did! Actually, I capture this outcropping, that I have affectionately called the “Brooding Black Knight” earlier so I thought I was done. Normally I don’t look for figures or […]