My May 2019 Photo of the Month is LM110, taken in the Laguna Mountains during a large storm.
2019 has proven to be an outstanding wildflower season. While many are so focused on joining thousands of other people in a few crowded locations, I wanted to try something different. Why not look at a couple images, from the same location, taken a couple years apart.
My March 2019 Photo of the Month is SNT27, an image of a beautiful field of Spring wildflowers in Santee.
At the urging of many friends, I am creating a post that includes what are my personal favorite images of 2016.
My August 2016 Photo of the Month is GSD1. I made this image during the height of the monsoon season in Great Sand Dunes National Park.
Volcan Mountain Storm Hiking My friend Alex Kunz and I decided a storm was the perfect time to get out and make some images. This time, we picked Volcan Mountain outside of Julian, California. We hiked in from the fire road to the Five Oaks Trail before reaching the summit. This is a collection of … Read more
This morning, I spent a stormy Spring morning up at Figueroa Mountain north of Santa Barbara near Los Olivos, California. While I was a little late for the California Spring wildflower season in 2016, I knew that California Poppies tend to bloom late and I could take advantage of the storm clearing most of the … Read more
A Stormy Superbloom In Death Valley There really wasn’t a Superbloom. A trending topic on Facebook, the spring wildflower season was good, but not incredible or “once in a lifetime” or any of the hyperbole you read. Still, here is a small first selection of images I made on a stormy weekend in Death Valley. … Read more