I’ve been living in the Sierra for almost 9 months. Each day brings something new, or at least a new perspective on something old. As the light leaves, letting nighttime […]
Top Image of the Week posts from 2014
In the 16 months since I left Seward, Alaska, hardly a week goes by when it doesn’t cross my mind. Partly for the views like this one, but mostly because […]
Walking through ancient petroglyphs outside of Albuquerque, it’s clear that what I’m doing is nothing new. Sure, the techniques have changed, but people have observed and recorded nature for hundreds […]
Walking along the Pacific Crest Trail from Donner Pass on a late fall day. High, thin clouds caught the afternoon sun and cast a subtle streak of color arcing over […]
Last week brought desert and canyon and sandstone. In Little Wild Horse Canyon, stone mimics the force that carved it.
I’ve had several encounters with my favorite flying dinosaurs recently. Common ravens (Corvus corax) are found in the far northern latitudes around the globe. At first glance, you might think […]
In case you missed it, there was a total lunar eclipse last Wednesday night (or morning, depending where you are). I haven’t done a lot of night photography, so this […]
One of the most exciting things about camping is the friends you make along the way. You never know who you’ll meet.
The clouds and fog that cloaked the far shore dispersed hours ago. Now the wind is down, and the waves that went rolling through this water have subsided to gentle […]