Early May of 2014 I took a trip to Death Valley National Park. My first time to visit this park and I have to say I was blown away by it’s size and scenic diversity. Typically when one thinks of Death Valley they picture hell on Earth. A place deadly hot, which it can easily … Read More →
From a recent trip to Colorado. Drove the Jeep up to the old Santiago Mine near Argentine Pass. These are scans of Kodak Portra 400 film shot with a Mamiya 645AF.
I just returned from a week out in Colorado and it made for a further testing ground with my new FujiFilm X30. As you may have seen in my previews post, FujiFilm X30 Miniature Filter Fun, I am really enjoying the creative way I can express my photography with the built in filters of the … Read More →
While visiting Rocky Mountain National Park this past Monday we were lucky to get front row seats to an amazing sunset while up high in the park. It was a perfect mixture of light snow on the mountains, dramatic storm clouds, and a great sunset.
Some people think I’m crazy for not jumping on a plane and flying to wherever I’m going on vacation. No, I like jumping in the Jeep and driving across the country. Growing up my family always drove across the country to Montana to visit relatives. I love seeing the country, it’s so vast, so much … Read More →