What a privilege to shoot this vehicle that belongs to a wonderful law enforcement family. The “Thin Blue Line” incorporated into this car represents the sacrifice, steadfast sense of duty, and difficult place that police officers occupy in our nation. I was so thankful to be asked to photograph this
Landscape and Adventure
I had the opportunity to take my night and sunset landscape class out to Palm Springs to one of my very favorite spots! We had a great evening with perfect weather and very light winds. Sunset from this location is pretty spectacular and working with the wind farm in the
Pasadena City Hall by night is stunning and lovely…one of my favorited night subjects in all of America…
Every time I visit California’s Central Valley, I am reminded of God’s handiwork in the sky at sunset. Kind people and friends… Endless vistas… Great fishing in the Sierras… Agriculture as far as you can see… And sunsets beyond belief. Enjoy these offerings from the heart of California’s Central Valley,
We were rushing to get to this location before sunset and the wind was howling…but the scene playing out before us was spectacular and Des was an amazing partner for this shoot! The area was completely devoid of other people and there was an amazing peace amidst all the wind
Every fall, I teach a landscape sunset and night photography class. I try to mix up the locations and this year one of our Monday evening stops was at Mojave Narrows Regional Park in Victorville. Southern California’s high desert features some amazing sunsets and this evening didn’t disappoint… So lovely!!!
Last weekend I had the really cool experience of shooting with some true rodeo royalty! Miss Rodeo Hesperia, Miss Leona Valley Gymkhana, and Miss Rodeo Nevada 2018! What a truly cruel group of young women, each of them cowgirls through and through. Lovely, proud of the USA, and more fun
I had the great privilege of working with the title holders from several local high desert rodeos recently along with Miss Rodeo Nevada 2018! Truly nice kids…lovely and fun and down to earth. It’s amazing to see young people that have had the responsibility to care for animals and what
I don’t often get an evening where there are no events…no classes…no commitments. Thursday night was one of those. It was so fun to have an evening to create and chill. Many of you know that I play the Native American flute. It’s not something that everybody does…in fact…very few.
I had another opportunity to visit Utah and Northern Arizona recently and again was amazed by the vistas and grandeur of our land. Bald Eagles, many deer, and a herd of Buffalo were in my view as I travelled and photographed the back country of some of the most beautiful