Autumn Artistry-Golden Aspens and Avery Peak

I was on a whirlwind tour around Colorado this fall checking the status of the autumn color when I came upon this beautiful scene outside of Gothic. I stopped along the side of the road and had to wait for just the right shot, as quickly moving clouds cast a variety of shadows on the […]

Secluded Beauty-Warm Springs Falls in Southern Oregon

I have been to Oregon many times to photograph the many waterfalls around the state, but up until recently, I had never been there in autumn. It was nice to get a chance to get a different perspective of the same falls. Some were a bit of a disappointment due to low water flows, but […]

Gentle Awakening-Sunrise on Marcellina Mountain

I got a chance to get out and do some shooting last week over in the Crested Butte area. The skies were rather smoky at times due to a major wildfire burning down north of Durango, but Friday morning it was fairly clear to the north and west. After shooting sunrise from a new location […]

Gentle Steps-Autumn at Deckertown Falls in New York

This waterfall is one of two that I visited last October right outside of the village of Montour Falls, New York. You literally drive down a short residential street to the end and walk a couple of hundred feet through the woods to find it! After finally finding and shooting Eagle Cliff Falls (read more […]

Candy Lane-Colorful Maple Trees in New York

This past autumn the fall colors were just a little off the norm in many areas of the country. On my trip to the Finger Lakes region of upper New York in October, I found that the best color was at the highest elevations between each of the lakes. I spent one morning after sunrise […]

From Every Angle-Shavano Falls in Southern Colorado

The North Fork South Arkansas River tumbles down Shavano Falls in the San Isabel National Forest in southern Colorado. Click on an image to view the full size images. This past summer, I made it a point to visit some waterfalls in Colorado that I hadn’t been to before. A couple of those were not […]