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Bristlecone Pine Star Trails

I’m sounding like a broken record but I’m still processing timelapses from Arizona back in August whenever I have free time but recently I tried my hand at photo stacking again and was floored by what I got: About a … Continue reading

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Missile test / L.A. “UFO” – what we saw from the Salton Sea on Bombay Beach

Standing on Bombay Beach (a wasteland in its own right) taking long exposures and timelapses, we saw a flaming….something that looked like it was coming toward us. When it exploded and kept expanding, I realized it wasn’t a plane on … Continue reading

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Things that inspire me: Time lapse of a supercell forming

I love weather a little more than your average person. Since we don’t get much variety in southern California it’s always top of mind for me when storms roll through or we have crazy cloudy days. I like to know … Continue reading

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Costa Rica: A long description of my brief dance with a Fer-de-Lance viper

I love snakes. They are amazing, quirky, fascinating things. They are widely misunderstood and thanks to modern storytelling, have a bad rap as vicious killers. True that they may be killers, but they are not more of less ‘evil’ survivalists … Continue reading

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Traditional Navajo Hoop Dance

According to the internets, the traditional Navajo hoop dance can incorporate more than 30 hoops, and is meant primarily in storytelling with the hoops used to symbolize animals or other story telling elements. I shot these in Northern Arizona, near … Continue reading

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