This one is a throwback to almost exactly a year ago. Walking on the beach in Seward, AK, at sunset. A low tide left dozens of 12-18 inch wide jellies […]
There’s something intensely primordial about this forest of coast redwoods (Sequoia sempervirens) in a morning fog. These giants tower over the mere mortals of the world at heights of up […]
One of the most exciting things about camping is the friends you make along the way. You never know who you’ll meet.
Let me state for the record that feathers are amazing. Not only do they allow birds to soar, glide and flap their way through the air, their structure allows for […]
Recycling at its finest: Dedecomposingsing the forest floor.
Tucked beneath a slab of granite, above another. Beneath a small flow at the top of the second high cascade. Across from a great rolling mound of bare rock high […]
At first glance it’s a stump by the creek. A pleasant place to sit and watch the world light up while you wait for sounds of life from […]
Week of February 10, 2014 Spelunk. Both an amusing word and a worthwhile experience for surface dwellers like me and (probably) you. There’s something unsettling about the stillness and darkness […]
Week of Jan. 20 With bold, twisted, red and gray trunks and thick, vertical, evergreen leaves, it’s hard not to notice manzanitas as you walk through California’s chaparral-dominated foothills. Especially […]
Week of Dec. 29, 2013 I See You Photo: Max Odland Loki patiently endures me and my very first macro lens. The depth of field is incredibly narrow, so it […]