This is one of my favorite winter time images. It was taken Dec 30th on a bitterly cold day at Dry Creek Falls. Even though it was nearly 25º F that day, the creek continued to flow, leaving a crust of ice on every surface it touched. It took the boys and I a solid 2 hours to get warm again after that one.
We had the chance to play on the beach for a good couple hours yesterday morning after Gavin’s meet. I’m a bit of a sucker for waves, water, beach…and have a hard time putting the camera down! Love the way this image captures the calm and the energy of the shore break!
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Is anyone else ready for cooler weather? I love summer, but man am I done with this one. This photo is from mid winter earlier this year and I've included the caption from then as well.
After a few weeks nursing a sprained ankle, I’m finally getting back into my old morning routine of the dog and I walking my daughter to school and then walking home through the forested dog-park near our home. It’s such a good routine, for starting the day right and letting Bailey get some energy out before laying at my feet all day long while I work from home. This is a 3 image Pano taken with my Sony A7ii and Zeiss Batis 85mm f/1.8
Golden Hour is my favorite. The light does things that you just don’t see any other time of day.
While my kids and I traveled to central Oregon to see the eclipse, I’m always looking for the Milkyway if I get away from city lights and this first night was no exception. We rolled into our friend’s property at about 11pm, but I didn’t crawl into my sleeping bag until nearly 2am.
To get the tent to glow, I've got a small Snowpeak lantern hanging from the ceiling of the tent on its lowet setting.
In the summertime, I try to get the kids out hiking at least once a week. Today we visited my favorite, Elowah falls.
This is a familiar viewpoint, but I just can't resist it, especially since I'm shooting with a slightly different kit than last time I visited. This was taken with the Sony A7rii and the Zeiss Batis 25 and is a pano made from 6 images. The final image is 135mp!
There’s a brief window between seasons in Oregon- at the beginning of summer where the wild grasses grow really quickly and green. It doesn’t last long though as the summer heat dries them out turning everything brittle and brown. This is my favorite time of year.
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Great evening with the family, then Dinner at Edgefield, chasing Bailey around at 1000 acres and then smores in the backyard fire pit. Summer is here!