Alaska has many glaciers and sometimes, just sometimes, you get lucky to get the right view, the right light, and the right composition. I got lucky when I visited Alaska in 2018. I don’t have anything to add — except bask in nature’s bounty.
This past weekend I was in Huntington Beach, California for a wedding. It was your typical California spring day — cloudy morning, and beautiful blue skies later in the evening, and return of the marine layer. I was going to skip carrying a camera on this short trip but nevertheless decided to pack my Leica … Continue reading A morning at the Huntington Beach
When you slow down time, you start to see that life is all just a confluence of layers, each adding its nuance to the one after, and learning from the one before. And with enough nuance and learning, we can get to a point where life is defined by simplicity.
This is #6 of my Yellowstone series. The photograph is of a mountain at the far end of the Jackson Lake Dam Reservoir. Despite the wind, it was fun to stand there and watch the interplay of sun and clouds and how they impacted this mountain in distance. Perhaps the first time I truly appreciated … Continue reading Tetons in a cloud