I’ll show you a place. High on the desert plain, where the streets have no name.
I was 17 and a senior in high school when U2’s The Joshua Tree was released in early 1987. While I’ve always been a U2 fan, it’s that album that has always been my very favorite. The music and the images from that album are
Sometimes you find the most interesting things in the most unlikely of places. Tucked away in a small park down by the water in San Pedro, California you’ll find the Korean Bell of Friendship. I had heard about this place many moons ago, but somehow never got around to visiting. Why I decided to go on a Friday afternoon, in the middle of
There was so much to do and see this year that it just wouldn’t fit into one post! So sit back and relax as we run through more favorite photos of 2015. As awesome as the first half of 2015 was, the best was yet to come. New gear, more trips and more fun with my extended photography family was in store. It was a wild summer for sure, one I will never forget!
As 2015 comes to a close, I can’t help but take a look back and be grateful for all the cool things I was able to see and do this year. I’ve been to quite a few new places and got to shoot and hang out with some of my most favorite people. It’s been a great year! In looking back on my photos, it was hard to choose
I’ve never been much of a morning person. Matter of fact, if I had my way I’d sleep till noon and stay out and play all afternoon and night. While others are up with the dawn shooting sunrises, I’d rather shoot the sunset and then revel in the lights that come on after dark. The city is so dirty and seedy right up close, but from a distance the city lights draw me
In the year plus since I became a member of the Arcanum, I’ve been very fortunate to meet and shoot with so many great photographers. This past weekend, I got to have a photography play date with yet another friend from our cohort, John Ott. John was out in Los Angeles from Colorado to spend Christmas with family, so we took the opportunity to
One of the benefits of taking road trips are those “hey wait, what was that?” moments. Moments where you make a U-turn and jump out of the car with camera in hand. Of course there are all the short stops and way points on the road where you grab a few shots and head on your way. What to do with all those photos that don’t really warrant a whole story? I know! We’ll call it “On The Road” and make a series of it! So here we go!
You might have guessed by now, that when I travel, it’s mostly road trips. I’m usually trying to travel on the cheap. Which means I don’t stay in fancy hotels or dine in upscale restaurants. All I need is a place to crash, a hot shower and something in my stomach. I want to spend my time and money on exploring not on accomodations. However, there are those times