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06 Jan 2022
Sunset in the Clouds

Looking Back on my Favorite Photos of 2021

Reflecting on the past 12 months photographically is one of the things look forward to doing this time of year. Reviewing what I did helps me get perspective of what I have experienced and achieved. Realizing where I have changed and what I would do differently for the upcoming year. 2021 may not have been as disruptive as it’s predecessor, but it was by no means a normal year. Yes, I did do more work, traveled a bit more, but […]

27 Dec 2021
First Light, Eastern Sierra

What was Lost is Found: Images Rediscovered in 2021

It’s that time of year where I look back on the images that defined the past year. My best images of 2021 will actually go out later this week. Right now I am focusing on the gems I uncovered in my back catalog of work this year. Last year I decided to revive this list and I thought I would keep it going this year as well. It wasn’t as prolific of a list as 2020, but it’s still a […]

04 Nov 2021
Schwabacher Landing - The Cover of my 2022 Calendar

My 2022 Photo Calendar is Now Available to Order!

It’s that time of year! My new 2022 photo calendar is now on sale! This year’s calendar is comprised of my favorite shots from my trips this past year in the Eastern Sierras, Death Valley, the Rockies, and my home in Southern California. The calendar format itself folds down to 8.5 x 11 inches (still 11 x 17 inches when it’s unfolded.) Click here to learn more about my 2022 Wall Calendar. Sample Calendar Images You can also find prints […]

27 Oct 2021
Sunset at Colter Bay, Grand Teton NP

Photo Recognition, Westways’ 2021 Photo Contest

I was honored to find out one of my photos, Colter Bay at Sunset, was selected as an honorable mention winner in Westways’ 2021 Photo Contest. This photo was one of the highlights from our two-week family trip this summer that spanned 8 states, 5 national parks, 3 national monuments, and 3 state parks. The crux of the trip was family celebrations. We started the trip celebrating a 50th anniversary for Heidi’s parents and ended it with a 75th birthday […]

12 Jan 2021

Seeking Light: Recapping my Best Photos of 2020

It’s that time of year again when I look back on the year that was for me photographically, my best photos of 2020. This is my sixth year of posting my personal favorites and I thought I would switch up the format from previous years. This year I am going to share a little story or anecdote about the importance of the image to me and how it shaped or was shaped by events in 2020. As for the year […]

04 Jan 2021
Summer Storm Passing Over Great Sand Dunes National Park

What’s Lost is Found: Rediscovered Images 2020 Edition

Every year I look back at the best of the images I created that year and I sometimes post a collection of my favorite rediscovered images from my back catalog of work. And this past year was the perfect shelter-in-place storm to spend some time mining for those hidden gems that were overlooked or incomplete from my past trips. The span of these images go all the back to my first digital camera (and it’s whopping six megapixel sensor) to […]

23 Mar 2020
Precipice Lake in the Morning Light

Looking at 2020: The Social Distancing Edition

This post is two months later than I had intended, but my personal life has been a bit hectic of late. We moved to a new house in February which has consumed any spare moment I’ve had the last three months. The year has started pretty chaotic between the move, uncertainty of future work thanks to AB-5 in California, and now the whole world is social distancing and self-quarantining itself. For now, looking ahead to future summer and fall trips […]

02 Jan 2020

My Photo Highlights of 2019

The Visual Highlights of 2019 It’s that time of year again. Time to reflect on the past year and look forward to the new one, and a new decade. 2019 was quieter travel-wise, but it still provided plenty of visual opportunities. Our little family made some memorable trips throughout California. As for a personal update 2019 was a lot less dramatic than previous years. Life still has it’s challenges being a widower and single parent, but no where near as […]

26 Feb 2018
Weather-Etched Bristlecone Trunk, White Mountain

Weather-Etched Bristlecone Trunk – Featured Image

The ancient bristlecone trees in the White Mountains are a favorite photo subject for me. Their extremely contorted trunks and limbs make for some interesting visual imagery. But I also like to get up close and look at their weather-worn ancient trunks and branches. The high altitude (12,000 feet above sea level) and harsh weather often strips the bark off of at least one side of the tree and can leave some deeply etched scars on the tree. What you […]

25 Jan 2018
Lembert Dome Reflected on the Tuolumne River

Lembert Dome, Yosemite National Park – Featured Image

This week’s image is one my most popular photos I have taken, one of my personal favorites, and has even gotten some recognition on social media. So why am I revisiting this image? Well I thought I’d dig a little deeper and share some of the story of how this photo came to be in the first place, and how it relates to this week in a bittersweet way. Three years ago this month my wife Heidi and I applied […]