Mt. Timpanogos has been on my list of landscape photography locations for quite some time. Especially since I live mere minutes from the mountain itself. It’s a long and strenuous hike to get to the top, but once you arrive to the upper basin you’re rewarded with a view you […]Read More
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It’s one thing to take an amazing photograph. It’s another to create an amazing photograph with meaning. I’ve been at this whole photography thing for a while now. In that time I’ve managed to take a couple decent landscape photographs. Some come from Utah’s backcountry. Others come from sprawling urban […]Read More
Have you ever headed out to a location to photograph with the plans in your head of all the perfect areas and just how things should turn out, but then arrive there and it all just falls apart? Being focused primarily on Utah scenic photography, dealing with Mother Nature is […]Read More
Grand Teton National Park is awe-inspiring to say the least. The mountain range and scenic vistas present endless photographic opportunities for someone heading that way with a camera in hand. Just a week or so ago I made my first trip up the this great area. It wasn’t a photography […]Read More
A few weeks back I made my annual trip to the Henry’s Fork River in Northeastern Idaho. I don’t do this so much as a photography trip, but more for the aspect of the fishing. Specifically speaking the fly fishing. Fly Fishing the Henry’s Fork River is an experience. Ever […]Read More
Donut Falls is a short hike in Big Cottonwood Canyon and one of the most popular, easy, and simple things to do in Utah. Being a short hike near the Salt Lake Valley, I figured what better way to use the couple hours I had early one Saturday morning. Never […]Read More