These are some photos from my trip to Moses Lake in Eastern Washington. I went somewhat recently for the fourth of July. I brought my real camera with me this time so it took a little while for me to edit the pictures. The place is beautiful, Eastern Washington has such a nice climate. Being… Read More A Trip To Moses Lake in Eastern Washington
Earlier today driving on the 101 freeway on the Olympic Penninsula my group and I had the opportunity to drive through the Quinault rainforest. We made a stop at Quinault lake before doing a loop and through and forest and a short hike through a part of it. Quinault is a name from an indian… Read More Stopping Today at the Beautiful Lake Quinault
More Pictures of The Hidden Garden I have a post describing the hidden garden of Pike Place but because two photos of the secret garden isn’t enough, here are more.
I took these 5 shots while I was hiking today at Snoqualmie Falls in Fall City. It was absolutely beautiful and I suggest taking a trip over there if you live in Washington, find your self in Washington or touring America. Washington has a lot of great geological destinations and nature hikes like this one.
For an awesome first person perspective of a motorcycle trip through the Swiss Alps, check out Roxy K’s post as she traverses the sharp turns of the famous mountain range. There is a great video too that is about 20 minutes long of her biking through the Swiss alps. This blog post and video really stood out to me… Read More Roxy K’s Intimate View Of The Swiss Alps
Photographing A River Without A Vanishing Point I am asked at times about my technique I use when I photograph rivers. The simple answer would be “try to capture the rivers intensity and power.” I do this with a couple of tricks in composition including removing the pictures vanishing point.