Unsurprisingly, this was another difficult week to rank, but here goes!
This first one is from our hike on the Savage Alpine Trail in Denali National Park. It was cloudy, but it was such a beautiful experience in that remarkable park. Next time, we’ll have to stay long enough for the clouds to clear so we can see the grand mountain in person!
This week’s set was very difficult to sort – I love them all for different reasons! I hope you like them, too.
This first one is of Yosemite’s Three Brothers. We ventured out early to catch them in the first rays of dawn, and we had to hike through several inches of snow to reach the viewpoint. Truthfully, I didn’t make it all the way to the official spot selected for this shoot; I was too distracted by the beauty of this vantage. But that’s ok; I like my angle better, anyway 🙂
Greetings, all! I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend and that you’re enjoying the beautiful spring (or fall) weather, wherever you are.
This week was difficult to sort by my favorites, which just tells me it’s a good set.
This first image was from the top of Mauna Kea on the Big Island of Hawaii. We had ascended the famed volcano to capture sunset at its peak. Unfortunately, we didn’t realize that we’d be kicked out of the viewing area just after sundown. In the future, we’ll now know to get permission beforehand to stay late for the stars.
I did manage to capture this one image, just before we were forced to vacate. I look forward to having another go.
Another week, another seven photos! How are you folks liking the new style? I’ve been trying it out for a while now, and though I like the new consistency it lends to my feed, I’m not always pleased with the muted colors. I have some more ideas that I’d like to try with my Instagram, so I might be rolling some of those out soon. I welcome your thoughts below!
This first picture was from a sunrise attempt in Tokyo. Honestly, while we were vacationing there, we didn’t give much thought to planning an official shoot. We merely walked across this bridge the night before, saw the cool tunnel effect the buildings lent, and noticed it also happened to face east. We just got up the next morning and hoped for the best.
As is often the case, the sun wasn’t in the right position to shine down this canal, and it was a bit cloudy anyway. However, I did appreciate the flock of seagulls that all took off from the water, giving me a more interesting subject to this otherwise mediocre scene.
Good morning, and happy Monday, yet again! The weather is warming, and I’m getting out to shoot more, which is great! Look forward to more adventures coming to my site; be sure to follow my blog to keep up to date with all the latest.
You should notice this set all have a consistent look. I’m trying this out for a bit to see how it pans out. What do you think?
I also realized there sure are a lot of beaches this week. I assure you, that was not intentional! Interesting how these things turn out…
This first image was from my trip to Alaska. We backpacked 26 miles along this shore, across sand, pebbles, rocks, and boulders. We saw bald eagles, foxes, moose tracks, and plenty of bears. You can read all about that amazing trip here.
Happy Monday, and welcome to a shiny new week! First of all, I’d like to say that today is a special day. It’s our anniversary! Aaron and I have been together a crazy 17 years now. And what’s also cool: this original date back in 2001 also fell on a Monday. We’ve been on a lot of adventures since then (as this website can attest), and you can look forward to many more!
Now, getting to the photos from this week…
You might have noticed last week that I started keeping to a certain color theme. I kept that going this week, but I additionally added a moody tone to my edits for a more uniform look. I’ll try this for a while longer to see how it pans out. What do you think?
This first picture was from a trip out to the Oregon coast. We ended up having a rather remarkable day prior to this planned evening shoot, and we made a fascinating discovery that was far better than this sunset hoped to be. That was a good day.
Oh boy, this week was tough! I really like these images this week, and I hope you do too. But liking them so much did make it difficult to choose my favorites.
This first one looks back on the single road that stretches into Denali National Park. We spent an entire day on a bus just like that one, hopping out periodically to snap a few shots like this one. We had clouds while we were there, but they added some interesting texture to the sky. You can read all about that journey here.
This week has been crazy busy.. I’ve been scrambling to process PDXWLF photos (I’ll have a post on that soon!), entertain family, and prepare for a trip to Utah! We just spent our first day in Zion National Park, and I can’t wait to share some of the photos – what an amazing place!
This first photo from Instagram this week was from another national park: Denali! We had some beautiful clouds to contrast the lush landscape. I’d love more time to explore there.