Depending where you live, it may have begun to feel like autumn weeks ago already – or you could still be experiencing very warm temperatures. The trees may be full of color, just beginning to turn – or perhaps they’re still completely green. Whatever you see outside your window, the calendar says the season begins … Continued
“How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” John Burroughs It is interesting that nature bursts forth with spectacular color as it awakens – and once again as it prepares to go to sleep. It’s unfortunate that neither display lasts very long, but then again, maybe the fact … Continued
Nature is painting for us, day after day, pictures of infinite beauty. ~ John Ruskin This is so true. One need not jet off to an exotic location to see beautiful sights; they might be just outside your door. Take the time to notice nature! I made the image featured here back in Illinois last … Continued
The sky is the ultimate art gallery just above us. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson I could not agree more! What’s happening above is integral to a landscape photographer, whether or not the sky is going to be included in the image. I’m a big fan of clouds, and it’s always a treat to witness a magnificent … Continued
There’s a day for everything, it seems! That said, I’m all in for this one. I have two favorites, both in Maine: Portland Head Light, and Nubble Light. I’ve spent a great deal of time at the latter with my camera, and miss it.
Come and see what God has done… Psalm 66:5 I made this photograph almost exactly one year ago. The monsoonal conditions last summer were much better than they have been so far this season. Once July rolls around, there is typically a good chance you’ll see nice cloud production over the mountains in the afternoon, … Continued
Come and see what God has done… Psalm 66:5 One of my favorite places: Haines, Alaska. This is nearing the end of the day (this time of year that means 10pm) at the Lynn Canal. The mountains are just about to be bathed in alpenglow. A beautiful spot.
Come and see what God has done! Psalm 66:5 I was in Alaska recently on a photo shoot. Icebergs are prevalent this time of year at Tracy Arm Fjord near Juneau (about 45 miles to the southeast). On this day, the stormy skies, further darkened as the sun occasionally poked through the thickening overcast, made … Continued
Come and see what God has done… Psalm 66:5
“In all things of nature there is something marvelous.” -Aristotle I recall how awe-inspiring it was the first time I laid eyes on the Teton range. The lack of foothills on the eastern side makes for quite a dramatic view of the mountains (that said, the peaks are equally beautiful on the western slope). After … Continued
As day breaks over a field of wildflowers in New Hampshire’s White Mountains, dew clings to individual blades of grass. Every season has its unique beauty, but this time of year outdoes itself! You’ll see this image featured in one of our teacher appreciation plaques: Follow the link to view the collection: Teacher Appreciation … Continued
“In all things of nature there is something marvelous.” -Aristotle I had the opportunity recently to photograph the majestic sea stacks at Bandon Beach on Oregon’s southern coast. Another of the countless wonders which God has created! The beauty of nature is always there, just waiting to be admired – and it can be … Continued