“There is a sunrise and sunset every day. You can choose to get in the way of beauty.” (Laura Dern’s character in Wild) Watching the sun is restorative and I have found that almost anything is better after a dosage of one or the other. I’m one of the lucky ones because this year, I’ve been … More Winter Solstice in the Woods
Growing up in Georgia, I didn’t really do much day hiking. When I did go into the woods, it was for camping or backpacking for several days. Later in life, I learned about serenity and myself through longer stretches in nature so I preferred that method over day hiking because in my mind, a day … More Hiking and Grabbing Alaska Peaks
Earlier, I posted my black and whites from a recent trip I took to Moab, Utah. Here are some colored images I took when we hiked all throughout Arches National Park as well as Hunter Canyon, a recreational area outside of Moab. We also got some “soft” mtn. biking in where I was challenged and … More Arches National Park and Hunter Canyon
I had never been to Moab, Utah before; the only real experience I’ve had in Utah has been growing up skiing in Salt Lake, learning how to ski with my dad. He took me to Alta, Park City, and Snowbird on different occasions. I can out ski him now, but that wasn’t the case for … More Capturing Desert and Canyonland Beauty of Utah in Black and White
It has been awhile since I ventured out for the primary purpose of photography. Hands down in the winter, Eagle River is one of my favorites.