Title: Four Volcanoes And A Wildfire Location: Central Oregon, United States, North America Description: While Mt. St. Helens did not make the cut in this shot, I was happy to line up (from front to back) Mt. Jefferson, Mt. Hood, both in Oregon and then Mt. Adams and Mt Rainier Continue Reading →
Short and simple today. If you can’t see the video, click here to go to Vimeo. Just a serene flight over Central Oregon.
Title: Mount Saint Helens And Mount Adams Location: Washington, USA, North America Description: One of the benefits of flying out of Seattle in almost any direction is the chance to spy the beautiful mountains in the Cascade or Olympic ranges. Here Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Adams show Continue Reading →
Title: Pu’u ‘O’o Lava Pond Location: Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii, USA, North America Description: From high above, the Pu’u ‘O’o crater is seen with an active lava pond. Camera Nikon D800E Lens Nikon 14-24mm Shutter Speed 1/3200 Aperture f/5.6 ISO 500 Focal Length 14mm Photograph Copyright Continue Reading →
Title: Inactive Fumarole, Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii, USA Location: Hawai’i, Hawai’ian Islands, USA, Pacific Ocean Description: A seemingly endless vent, or fumarole, that once allowed hot gas and steam to escape from rivers and lakes of molten magma below no lies dormant in the basaltic landscape of Continue Reading →
Title: Kilauea Caldera Location: Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean Description: The source of much lava and the reason for Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on Hawaii, the Big Island, Kilauea’s summit and caldera are a stark land. The caldera has a further depression which forms the Continue Reading →
Title: Mt. St. Helens Off The Left Side Location: In The Air Description: A quick tip in shooting out plane windows: When the angle is great, zoom back. If you zoom in too far, the blur caused by the two sheets of plastic window will be greater and Continue Reading →
LAVALAVALAVALAVALAVALAVALAVALAVALAVALAVALAVALAVALAVALAVALAVALAVALAVALAVALAVALAVALAVALAVA I could say it all day long! LAVA is just, pardon the pun, cool to me. It’s the earth in action in a way that doesn’t, immediately, knock down buildings the way earthquakes do. What I’m talking about here is the mostly slow moving lava, P?hoehoe. The Continue Reading →