‘Reflections in the Sand’
Shot this while visiting the North Pacific coast.
HDR composite of a sunset on Padaro Beach.
Capturing single moments of nature’s dynamic canvas one exposure at a time.
She takes in the beautiful view while precariously perched on a mountain side at Mt. Charleston.
Take the time to look-out.
‘Sunset on Padaro Beach’
The sun throws light at the striated cloud formations scattered above the Pacific. Colors emerge as different wavelengths reflect off of the coagulated, suspended water particles.
You, too, can reflect beautiful wavelengths.
‘Palms at Sunrise’
Sunrise shot silhouetting a couple of palms trees with a beautiful gold to indigo gradient.
Look at me now.
Ski/Snowboard Season is over at Mount Charleston. Summer is on the way.
Seasons change, and so do we.
Newest from the Open Road series. This one was taken on the way back from Mount Charleston. The vistas out here are amazing and its proximity to Vegas makes this destination a double plus.
*Note* This picture marks the roll-over of my camera odometer - shot 10,000 photos in 9 months…
A Golden Rule: Success begins in finding the open space.
When your emotions churn like the undulating sea - coastal feeling.
That indecision and confusion in the realization of high tide or low - coastal feeling.
Slipping in and out of consciousness with the beat of a sweeping lighthouse lamp - coastal feeling.
Shot in Santa Cruz, California, a while back.
Sometimes you just have to let it wash over you.
Another one from my Open Road Series.
Buckle your seat belt. There are a lot of crazy fucks out there.
Took a drive out to Lake Mead and renewed my love for the open road.
Just shut up, and drive.
‘The Gap Narrows’
This photo was taken shortly after take-off from McCarren Airport in Las Vegas, and features the fringe of the Las Vegas valley, Red Rock National Park, and a glimpse of Mt. Charleston.
As time passes, the gap between nature and civilization narrows - we are consumers. This particular valley has a low populous, at the moment, due to conservation acts and laws forbidding development. This concept of preservation exists to keep things intact so that they can be enjoyed by a later generation, but this ideology has an expiration date - some time in the near future, this cleft between the two contrasting ecospheres will be non-existant. The two will become one, but this relationship will not be symbiotic - a more likely analogy is a hunter and its prey. See all that you can before it expires.
‘Golden Gate - Vantage Point: Land’s End’
Rainy and foggy day, but nothing can stop me from capturing all the goodness this city encompasses.