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...

Forests and mountains feel like home to me, but the ocean has always been a deep, dark and scary territory. As a result, I haven’t spent a whole lot of time in the water, much less felt comfortable on the rare occasion that I do jump in. However, my fascination with marine life has given my fear some stiff competition, and earlier this month I had the trip of a lifetime with UnCruise Adventures in Mexico’s Sea of Cortes. Before boarding t...

Where do you want to go back to? For me, the answer is always anywhere in southern Africa. From electric sunsets to the thrill of seeing animals I could only dream of as a kid, special doesn’t even begin to cover it. After visiting Tanzania for just six days in September, I drove from California to Montana and back, I flew to Chile and now I’m making my way home, but digitally, I’m still in the Serengeti. And I suppose a very large part o...

...I've fallen madly in love with you. After a scheduling screwup in Washington last year, I literally had to blaze my way down the west coast 80mph to get home in time to meet an important deadline. This meant I had to pass through all the gorgeous spots in Oregon I had previously seen photos of, but I knew I'd be back. I spent a few days in the gorge and Hood regions during my infamous blood clot road trip a few months later, an...

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