Mountains to the Sea

Iceland has amazing sights and photo worthy spots everywhere, all the way from the mountains to the sea.

Mountains to the Sea


Why So Blue?

Because everything around me is so red I guess.

Why So Blue?


Summer Snow

Summer is winding down to its final days, and as usual I already have snow and ski season on the brain. We got our first snow in Tahoe this week, and I dug into the archives to find this image of some early snow in the Eastern Sierras. Winter is coming and the mountains are calling!

Summer Snow


Pink and White

The details of this Dendronephthya, or Carnation Coral can really draw you in. The shades of pinks and purples are a strong contrast to the fine glowing white streaks in the base. A perfect opportunity to get the camera up close and personal to capture all of the intricacies.

Pink and White


The Waiting Game Pays Off

Scouting out the perfect sunset spot. Standing around in the cold. Being late for dinner. Sometimes it all pays off and the sunset happens just as you pictured it with the perfect red rocks, clouds and colors from the sunset.

The Waiting Game Pays Off


Fog City

It is unclear (get it?!?) to me why I would expect to see all of the skyline in a city known for fog. What this view lacks in a crisp view of the skyline it makes up for with a mysterious glow in the sky and the traffic below.

Fog City


Thai Sunset

Our first night in Thailand and we are treated to an amazing sunset. I knew we had lots more to see, but this trip was really off to a great start!

Thai Sunset


Lake Aloha

The hike to Lake Aloha is well worth it, especially if you take the water taxi across Echo Lake to cut off a few miles. This ended up being a 13 mile hike with a few extra detours. I took the extra trip up the loose rocks to get a good view of the whole lake and Pyramid Peak hanging on to some late summer snow.

Lake Aloha


Evening at the Peninsula

The daylight was almost completely gone with just a little purple left in the sky. The front of The Peninsula Hotel is usually a dramatic view, but was really fantastic with many red lanterns lighting it up.

Evening at the Peninsula


Horizontal Lightning

I love taking photos when I travel, and my trip to the Midwest this year had some great opportunities to do just that! The sky seemed clear earlier in the evening, but later crazy lightning streaked almost sideways across the sky for at least 45 mins. The weather is just more exciting in the Midwest!

Horizontal Lightning




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