Six Shots: The American Southwest

The American Southwest offers a beautiful array of locations from the Grand Canyon in Arizona to the ancient pueblos of Mesa Verde National Park. One of the biggest Allures to this area for me is the beautiful color palette of red, oranges, and yellows. Nine days roaming about this vast desert landscape was just not

By |September 1st, 2015|Six Shots|0 Comments

Sunset Over Mesa Verde

While wandering around the Southwest last year, Mesa Verde National Park jumped on my radar. I had just finished up a few days in Moab and was looking for a new place to camp and explore. Looking through my maps, I realized that I was only about two hours from Mesa Verde, and seeing as

By |October 2nd, 2014|Photography|0 Comments

Mighty Niagara

The weather had been less than perfect all day and I was bummed that I might not get an opportunity to photograph the Falls as I had hoped, but sometimes these things surprise you. Right before sunset, we walked out of the Niagara Falls Visitor Center after having some coffee from Tim Hortons(they make a

By |December 24th, 2013|Photography|0 Comments

Surfer Girl

I am not a huge fan of typical beach trips, but when I can go after the normal crazy hours of the day I jump on the opportunity. Back in July I was in Rehoboth Beach Delaware to do some cycling and of course I made sure to work some photography into the mix. The first

By |November 25th, 2013|Photography|0 Comments

Fall Finale

I took this photo about a year ago, and figured this Autumn is coming to a close, it might be a nice time to share it. Fall in the northeast is one of my favorite times of  the year. There are so many things going on, so much change, and lots of pumpkin stuff!

By |November 1st, 2013|Photography|0 Comments

Delicate Horizon

Utah is a pretty magical place, there are such a high volume of National Parks in a relatively small area. Even if you only had a few days, you could visit a majority of them. One of my favorite parks in Utah is Arches. There is something mesmerizing about the stone arches. Last month when

By |October 22nd, 2013|Photography, Utah|0 Comments

From The Hoof of Euos

When I planned my trip to the American Southwest, I only briefly considered coming here, but after actually arriving, I am so glad I did. Much like the Grand Canyon a bit further down the river, the magnitude of this place cannot be properly represented in a photograph. I arrived at the parking lot for

By |October 14th, 2013|Photography|1 Comment
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Keep Paddling

If I am not shooting photos, on a mountain bike, or climbing, then chances are, I am out on the water paddling. Kayaking is one of those activities that really helps me unwind and reach an almost meditative state. This shot was captured late last summer with my GoPro as I paddled sixteen miles down

By |August 19th, 2013|Photography|0 Comments

My Alien And I

A follower of this blog asked me if I could put together a primer on how to shoot the night sky and capture the stars as we see them. I will be working on that today and hopefully sharing it with everyone this week, so stay tuned for that! My Alien And I I had

By |June 27th, 2012|Pennsylvania, Photography|0 Comments

Remaining Light

The countdown to road trip 2012 begins. In less that 6 weeks I will be bound for the west with my friend Bill and his brother. Our first destination being Smith Rocks in Oregon, followed by the climb of two notable peaks, Mount Hood in Oregon and Mount Shasta in California. Expect for full reports

By |April 24th, 2012|Adventure, Climbing, Hiking, Pennsylvania, Photography|0 Comments
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