"There is not one blade of grass, there is no color in this world that is not intended to make us rejoice." From a famous reformer.
I focus on landscapes and love the Eastern Sierras in California.
Life is short, need to enjoy it whether dark or light. My best advice I've heard: "get out and do the work." Cameras sitting in the case can't capture the moment and the fields are ripe for harvest.
Find me at: http://1x.com
25 Jan 2014 — 1773 views
Places in the desert have interesting names, like Devils Kitchen, Death Valley, or Furnace Creek. Valley of Fire is one of them.
29 Dec 2013 — 2181 views
Chasing Cottonwood trees as they peaked in color this fall provided an opportunity to catch a "moment in time"
21 Oct 2013 — 1806 views
After seeing hundreds of people taking pictures of themselves at famous places, I decided they need help. This is Part 2 of a series.
11 Jun 2013 — 2167 views
More photographs per square inch are taken here than anywhere else in the world. Excellent place for studying human behavior.
18 Aug 2012 — 2212 views
Is there a rite of passage to be a landscape photographer? I study the subject using Bristlecone Pinetrees as a basis to discuss the answer.
24 May 2011 — 2369 views
Not all Mountain Ranges are equal, some are more photogenic than others and only one is the queen.
2 Mar 2011 — 2259 views
Getting Rainbow shots in Yosemite is like collecting rare art. Some are easy and some are hard to get.
10 Jan 2011 — 1181 views
Tucked away between Lake Powell and the Grand Canyon is a wild wilderness area.
23 May 2010 — 1127 views
Sierra high winds are notorious for their bad behavior. They are the photographers best friend and worst enemy.
2 May 2010 — 3704 views
Ever notice where blood has been shed what the camera can see?
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Q: I am really into my wildlife photography but cannot afford a super zoom lens, I have a 300mm and am considering a teleconvertor. Has anybody had a experience with these and would you recommend them?
A: Do you know?