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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Fall. It’s just one of the best times of the year, especially if you’re a landscape and nature photographer. Across the country, the trees begin their annual change to brilliant reds, yellows, and oranges. It’s a great time to be a photographer. This image is one I’ve had in my […]Read More
Every now and again I make the short hike to Cecret Lake in Little Cottonwood Canyon near Salt Lake City, Utah for sunrise. For some reason this place just seems so natural to photography at that time of day. However, I will have to try out some sunsets at the […]Read More
Here’s something I don’t often do or get to do for that matter. Including a human element in my photos (aside from the fly fishing photography I do. Many times on my adventures I’m alone. That’s just the nature of being out in nature enjoying the beautiful landscapes and pursuing […]Read More
Hiking is one of those activities that utterly wears you out yet invigorates your body at the same time. Fresh air. Wildlife. Scenery that few see. It’s all a part of what brings you back to the backcountry. Whether you’re just out for a leisurely stroll or out for the […]Read More