Desert landscapes are not easy to shoot, and it's one of the reasons why I'll always embrace the challenge of capturing them with my camera. I had been wanting to shoot a wind storm on the Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes in Death Valley National Park for quite some time now, and I finally had the chance this week to do just that. Though it was an incredible sight to behold, trying to make everything come together at the right moment was...

After Nicaragua, my plan was to spend three weeks in front of the computer catching up on emails and edits. Surprise! I'm not always on the road. But after two weeks and too much espresso, I was done with everything on my list, so why not reward myself with a quick trip to Death Valley National Park? A few of my friends were in town for an astrophotography event, so in addition to exploring the dunes, we got a crash course in shooting...

I slept in until 9am, and after getting yelled at last night for not being fully naked in an onsen (um, long story...saving it for another day), I felt like a whole new woman when I woke up this morning. I turned 33 today. That seems kinda old, especially for someone who is single and has no home, pets or kids, but I'm just rolling with it. This will probably be my year, right? Actually, this trip has convinced me that it could be. Yo...

I'm currently in Death Valley National Park for the super bloom, and "super" doesn't even begin to describe what the landscape looks like right now. The stretch of road between the Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes and Furnace Creek is covered with a thick carpet of yellow, and if you pass through it at the right hour, the golden light on the flowers will stop you dead in your tracks. I was expecting this to be a quiet solo road trip, but over th...

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