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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 […]

14 Oct 2014
Thunderheads Forming Over Arches National Park

Thunderclouds Forming Over Arches Natl. Park – Weekly Photo

Our first full day in Moab we were treated to some rather dramatic thunderheads that eventually became a significant late spring storm. Unbeknownst to us we were about to begin three days of significant rain with intermittent patches of sunshine. It might make for spectacular pictures but it does wreak havoc on a campsite. This particular image really stood out to me because of the repetition of the sandstone shapes in the clouds. Click here to see more photos from […]

05 Oct 2014

Highlighted Butte Near Mexican Hat, UT – Weekly Photo

This image was what I consider a serendipity moment on the road. We were leaving the Cedar Mesa area heading down to our next major destination White Pocket (of which I have shown several images). Most of our drive was gloomy and overcast but just as we were near Mexican Hat, and dinner, the sky started to break creating the scene you see here. We didn’t seek out the particular spot we just kind of fell into it. Click here […]

23 Sep 2014
Foggy Morning on Michigan Ave.

Foggy Morning on Michigan Ave. – Weekly Photo

Street photography can be a fun adventure. I don’t do it very often, but when I do I find it a creative challenging. It can be very different than exploring a the natural world. This shot was taken near 9th Street on Michigan Avenue in Chicago. Click here to see more photos from Chicago.

28 Aug 2014
Darwin's Table Sunset

Darwin’s Table at Sunset – Weekly Photo

A year ago this Labor Day weekend my brothers and I did a 4-day 36-mile trek through Evolution Valley, smack-dab in the middle of the John Muir Trail in the Eastern Sierras. We saw some incredible country as we cut through the mountains, including this great shot on our last night on Darwin’s Table. The entire day we had the remnants of a summer storm dissipate over the mountains overhead, and as the sun began to set we were treated […]

20 Aug 2014
Rusted Beam, Michigan Ave

Rusted Tressle, Chicago – Weekly Photo

One thing I love about doing urban street photography is experiencing all the different colors and textures when old meets new on the city streets. Todays image was taken on Michigan Avenue during a morning walk in Chicago. Click here to see the all the Chicago images.

14 Aug 2014
Rainclouds Over the Lake District

Rainclouds Over the Lake District – Weekly Photo

I have been starting to archive a lot of my old film and digital prints onto Flickr and I stumbled across this great pic from the Lake District in England take on my first digital camera with a whopping 3 megapixel sensor. You may notice the beginnings of a rainbow in the horizon of the picture. A beautiful place to visit if you ever get the chance. Click here to see more photos from Europe.

06 Aug 2014
Wrigley Building, Chicago

Wrigley Building, Chicago – Weekly Photo

One of my favorite times to photography is what’s called the “blue hour” or the hour just before the sun rises or after the sun sets. This photo was taken on the ‘Marvelous Mile’ portion of Michigan Ave. I definitely enjoyed the architecture in Chicago, and I would definitely come back to truly explore this city. Click here to see more pictures from Chicago.

20 Jul 2014
White Pocket, Vermillion Cliffs National Monument

White Pocket, Vermilion Cliffs – Weekly Photo

If I had a preference of when best to shoot photos I would say early morning, just before the sun rises. I feel like the cooler blue tones of the morning tend to create a better range of colors than the sunset time of day, which tends to be warmer and redder. I think this morning shot is a perfect example, especially with the orange and red rock to compliment the cool blue tones in the shadows. This is another […]