Tag: photography

May 22

“The nitrogen in our DNA, the calcium in our teeth, the iron in our blood, the carbon in our apple pies were made in the interiors of collapsing stars. We are made of starstuff.”
― Carl Sagan, Cosmos

Read the Post Stars, Moonbows & Planets!

March 22

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

March 22

One of the most rewarding aspects of visiting Yosemite National Park in the winter, besides the lack of summer crowds, is the interesting alignment of the moon a few days before it is full against the iconic valley peaks such as Half Dome, El Capitan and Sentinel Rock. In the winter, you can get as close to peacefulness and solitude in the valley as is possible, while witnessing a lunar spectacle only possible in the winter. Read the Post Yosemite in the Winter

March 22

One thing that Seattle has REALLY got going on is the abundance of scenic vantage points from which to photograph the city. And what a picturesque and vibrant city it is. I was here recently days before the Seattle Seahawks played a NFL playoff home game and the energy and enthusiasm in this town was palpable. There are numerous free and inexpensive vantage points from which to admire the dramatic views and admire the city. Read the Post Dramatic Seattle Vantage Points