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Incoming.

My wife Michele is 8 and a half months pregnant with our first child. Last month we were down in the Palm Springs area for the Indian Wells tennis tournament and we took an afternoon to go see the Anza … Continue reading

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You Won’t See the Quicksand Until It’s Too Late – Behind the Scenes Photographing of the Kodiak Bears

People see a shot like this and go “Wow!” and they might think for a few seconds about being that close to a grizzly bear and then they move on with their life. What they don’t see is how wet … Continue reading

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I went camping in Alaska with Kodiak Bears. All of them. (Part 3 – The Babies!)

The fifth and last morning at camp we set out on a hike down to the far side of the bigger island in search of the elusive Sunshine Gang, three 3-year-old female bears who were hanging out together. It seemed … Continue reading

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I went camping with Kodiak bears in Alaska. All of them. (Part 2 – new gallery)

The first baby bearĀ I ever saw was way out at low tide crossing from one of the small islands off the coast of our cove to another one. It was tiny. Mother Bear (like most bears) moved slow and deliberately … Continue reading

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Bears! Alaska Pics Incoming

Just got back from 11 days in Alaska, and have thousands of images to sift through. Needless to say, it was epic in every sense of the word: the size of the “small” area we were in for our three-part … Continue reading

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March 2016 Wind Cave Timelapse

Somewhere south along the 8 freeway near the Mexican border is a tiny road off a small town that takes you to Anza Borrego State Park. Off that small road are more, smaller dirt roads that branch off in a … Continue reading

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Death Valley Botanical Event

This past winter, Death Valley experienced higher-than-normal levels of rain. The valley carpeted itself in spectacular yellow flowers. We were there capturing a lot of the Badwater area, and this timelapse will be featured in my upcoming Desert timelapse video. … Continue reading

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Yosemite Valley as the storm rolls in, April 2016

I’m still editing the dozen or so timelapses from the last few months. Today I realized I shot about six of them on a Nikon d800 in Raw format. For those of you unfamiliar, the d800 is such an ultimate … Continue reading

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Landscape photographer almost dies at Thor’s Well

Two years ago I went out to shoot Thor’s Well during a rain storm. It was, at the time and still today, one of the scariest things I’ve ever done. I was by myself, there was a storm coming in, … Continue reading

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How 3 Months Pass With No Update

Today my alarm was set for 3:30 am and I had everything ready for a hike up to Sandstone Peak to hopefully catch a sunrise over the coastal fog. When that didn’t happen because my bed was so warm and … Continue reading

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