Starry Starry Night and Aurora
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Aurora Borealis over Mono Lake, California. 20mm, 10 secs @ f/2.2, ISO 800. Magical. Phenomenal. Surreal. Unbelievable. These are just a few words to try and describe the experience I had with my partner Jed Manwaring and good friend Lewis Kemper on Friday, May 10, at ..read more
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Power Lines and Lenticular Clouds
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Lenticular Clouds form above High Tension Power Lines, Eastern Sierra. Returning from a multi-day visit in the Alabama Hills, we decided to take a soak in a hot springs en route back to Mono Basin area. It’s always been a bit strange, sitting in a hot spring ..read more
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50 Ways to Photograph A Mud Puddle
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50 Ways to Photograph A Mud Puddle Spattered mud, Death Valley Okay, so maybe not 50 ways, but after Jed and I were finished, we probably had created at least 20 different compositions between us. Of a mud puddle? Yes, and the photographs here express why. Those who know me know I love visual design ..read more
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Nature Photographers Network: A Supportive Community
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Nature Photographers Network: A Supportive Community An old tree,  very slowly decaying in the super-dry environment, is periodically exposed in the sand dunes in Death Valley, California. Do you sometimes feels that you are ‘alone’ out there as a photographer, without a strong base of community for ..read more
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Why Go Back to the Same Place(s)?
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Why Go Back to the Same Place(s)? A Chameleon on the move in Namibia’s coastal dunes. Why return to a place? I am often asked ‘how many times have you been to ______’, and for some places, the answer is ‘several’. Yet I find that returning to a place, I see new things ..read more
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A New Year to Celebrate Nature’s Wonders
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A New Year to Celebrate Nature’s Wonders Creating an impression of Manly Lake in Death Valley NP, Califorina. It’s a new year, and that provides an amazing opportunity to continue to grow artistically, technically, spiritually, etc! We were so blessed to spend 20 days in Death Valley National Park in ..read more
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Finding Alternatives When Things Aren’t What you Expected
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Finding Alternatives When Things Aren’t What you Expected Subscribe to continue reading Subscribe to get access to the rest of this post and other subscriber-only content. Type your email… Subscribe Already a ..read more
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The Wonder and Value of Everyday Photography
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The Wonder and Value of Everyday Photography Frost and Leaf I have been a photographer since I was in middle school. Back then, I was so excited about the magic of photography that I photographed many subjects/scenes. My true passion grew into nature/landscape and even travel photography over the years, yet my ..read more
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The Greening of the Desert – in Black and White!
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The Greening of the Desert – in Black and White! Cactus Buddies, Arizona Y ou may be wondering about the blog title! I love the greening of the Sonoran desert. In many years, if rains are not abundant, wildflowers may be sparse, but the ocotillo have a way to survive droughts and often put out their lovely green ..read more
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Storms in The Valley
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Storm over Badwater Basin, Death Valley In spite of the weather being flat and cloudy down below, we decided to chance it and drive up to Dante to see the lake from above. As we were getting closer, storm clouds brewed. By the time we got there, it was getting very ..read more
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