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Third Recess, John Muir National Forest

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Perseid meteor shower (part 1)

I took about four timelapses last month out in the eastern Sierras during the Perseid meteor shower. I still need to finish editing them but in the meantime here’s an image I created playing with photostacking. It’s not super awesome, … Continue reading

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Timelapse: Eastern Sierras/Mt. Whitney

I shot this over the course of three days in May in Alabama Hills. Every time I go out to shoot, I learn something. For the last four years, that’s a lot of lessons and some are hard to keep … Continue reading

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That time we went to an abandoned slaughterhouse in the middle of nowhere at night

Murderhouse. Bloodyface. MURDERHOUSE. BLOODYFACE. These were just about the only two words cycling through my head for the few hours Michele and I were photographing the abandon “ranch” north of Mono Lake last weekend. I’ve photographed the area before, during … Continue reading

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Full moon light or sunset?

Among the more amazing, painfully obvious things I’ve said to myself in the process of learning to take a photograph happened in the Alabama Hills last month on the camping trip when I said indignantly, “Wait, that looks like sunset.” … Continue reading

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And Then I Stumbled into a Buddhist Ceremony at Manzanar

When I was in 9th or 10th grade, my English teacher had the class read a book about the World War II Japanese internment camp, Farewell to Manzanar. At the time I was mildly surprised (or, as interested as a … Continue reading

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