Point Reyes National Seashore

I was fortunate to spend an afternoon in California’s Point Reyes National Seashore where, despite the overcast skies and incredibly thick fog, I discovered some really great photo opportunities.  A really unique grove that frames the road leading to the preserve’s administrative building.  An old ship run aground.  And the deer came out to watch…

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Lake Tahoe

At over 6,200 in elevation, you can imagine it was a bit of a slog through knee-deep snow to approach Lake Tahoe.  But it was worth the effort to photograph the world’s 27th largest lake on this early winter evening in mid-December.  As the sun approached the horizon, the water was still, allowing the reflection…

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Baby Stella

It’s not everyday that you get to hold a beautiful 3 day-old baby girl…let alone photograph her and her family. Here are a couple photographs of baby Stella. (Click on the images to see larger versions).

Aerial photograph of Mount Hood in Oregon, also known as Wyeast by native tribes and inhabitants.

A Bird’s Eye View

I was lucky enough to be on an airplane at sunset as I travelled to the midwest for Thanksgiving this year.  My wife wasn’t so lucky – she had the window seat! I was sprawled across her lap somewhere high above the Columbia River Gorge as I shot this image of Mt. Hood out the…

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Cool Riverdale high school senior portrait of a boy sitting on a fence in a Portland park.

Eric – Riverdale High School

It’s been a rain-filled week, so Eric and I took full advantage of the sunshine at Gabriel Park in Southwest Portland today — Riverdale High School’s yearbook submission deadline is coming fast! (Click on the images to see larger versions.)

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