Tombstone Mountain Range
I was really lucky to catch this front moving thru as I was getting ready to shoot first light on these beautiful Mountains. There was a splash of white from a nasty hail storm that passed thru the night before which helped with some contrast. I wish I would have had extra time for the light to bath more of the mountains but the front was moving so quickly this was my best shot.
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This no-name lake was nearly surrounded by these beautiful craggy mountains. Taken in Northern Yukon Territory this September.
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I shot this during the dusk hour just as the light was quickly fading into darkness. It is such an overwhelming vista; this panorama just can’t do it justice.
Torres Del Paine National Park, Chile
As a landscape photographer I love the idea of capturing a piece of history, a moment that will never repeat. Like so many of my fellow Photographers, we are all on a constant quest for that moment when all of the elements come together and Mother Nature permits us to share in her glory. It doesn’t occur all that often but when it does, we remember why we love this crazy addiction.
For me the real bonus from photography is the ability to relive the moment. I can look at any of my images and remember the temperature, the season, the smell in the air and the excitement it may have generated in me. It’s a very palpable sensation, and it keeps me coming back for more.
I’ve traveled across much of North America as well as points in South America and beyond, and yet there are so many more locations still on the bucket list I hope to eventually get to. I’m always amazed at the absolute beauty that this world has to offer and consider it a privilege to be able to share just a small portion of this beauty with you.