Photo Of The Day – Rare Four Volcanos In One Shot

Title: Rare 4 Volcanos In One Shot Location: Oregon, USA, North America Description: It’s not often you can capture four volcanos in one shot when flying commercially. Yesterday I was lucky to Continue Reading →

Photo Of The Day – Mt. St. Helens With Clearing Clouds

Title: Mt. St. Helens With Clearing Clouds Location: Mount Saint Helens National Volcanic Monument, Washington, USA, North America ———————- Camera Canon 7D Lens Canon 28-300mm L ISO 100 Focal Length Continue Reading →

Photo Of The Day – Standing In the Light

Title: Standing In the Light Location: Lake County, Oregon, USA, North America (43°31’23” N 120°52’21” W) Description: At the beginning of Derek Cave, an evacuated lava tube in central Oregon, Continue Reading →

Photo Of The Day – El Capitan With Stars And Clouds Under Moonlight

 Title: El Capitan With Stars And Clouds Under Moonlight Location:  Yosemite National Park, California, USA, North America (37°43’26” N  119°37’52” W) Description: I was set to arrive at my cabin Continue Reading →

Traveling Through Colors: Orange

I go through phases with my photography and it is especially easy to grab on to a color concept when looking through the images on a recent trip. In this Continue Reading →

Photo Of The Day – Tugboat Under The Sun

Title: Tugboat Under The Sun Location: Puget Sound, Washington, USA, North America Description: A lone tug ferries a barge toward Seattle along Puget Sound as the sun sets behind a Continue Reading →

Photo Of the Day – Point Vicente Lighthouse At Sunset

Title: Point Vicente Lighthouse At Sunset Location: Rancho Palos Verdes, California, USA, North America Description: Out past the congestion of LA, along the California Coast, Point Vicente Lighthouse stands guard Continue Reading →

Photo Of The Day – Los Angeles Below The Griffith Observatory

Title: Los Angeles Below The Griffith Observatory Location: Los Angeles, California, USA, North America Description: The lights of Los Angeles, California spread out below the Griffith Observatory. While the immense Continue Reading →