As I look back on 2016, as cliche as I know it sounds, it was a whirlwind, busy year. I had photography trips planned out a year in advance, and many miles were spent on the road during my downtime from a full time job. After a loss in my family at the end of 2015, I did not take much time to stop and reflect, electing instead to keep pushing and keep my mind, feet, and camera occupied.
Recently, I’ve been taking some much needed downtime, with less weekends on the road for photographic outings. This is a good thing! We all need time to decompress and recharge our batteries. For me, this has also been a good time to revisit processing some photos in the “later, when I have time” pile to look at images with a fresh set of eyes. And also, intuitively this has led me to some experimentation with black and white. Read the Post Black & White
When I moved to California, and saw Lake Tahoe for the first time, it literally took my breath away. The juxtaposition of clear, emerald water, blue sky, towering pine trees and the peaks of the Sierra Nevada is truly a sight to behold. The challenge can be that you want to capture it all in one photograph! Read the Post Lake Tahoe’s East Shore