This image from the Alabama Hills looks out from our campsite just after sunrise. Really beautiful morning light.
The Sierra Nevada mountain range is a stunning sight. This image was made just after Thanksgiving 2012. I was camped along the Alabama Hills near Lone Pine California with Marina. I don’t spend enough time working in my Lightroom catalog. I have a process of going through my newly imported photographs. I only select a small handful of images to edit, print and post. This image, for some reason, just never made the cut. Looking at this image now – with fresh eyes, I seem to feel very drawn to it. I like the really soft light and the expansive angle of view.
Many of the photographs that I take are never posted anywhere. This image was made from the parking lot of the Lost Coast parking lot last fall. October 2012 was a really creative time for me. Not much has made me happier, and more fulfilled than travelling through the wild, natural places of the world. Early October was spent traveling the coast of southern Oregon and Northern California. I spent almost a week camped here along the Lost Coast. Many of the photos I worked on have yet to be posted or published anywhere.
This photograph was taken with my old SLR film camera while I was backpacking through the Mount Hood National forest. I think it has a nice feel to it, the mountain center in the frame, the small bit of campfire in the tree line, and the soft warm light after a summer sunset. All of this seems like a world away now that it is December.
Traveling through the mountain roads north of the Mckenzie river in the foothills of the cascades.
This image was made almost 1 year ago when I returned home from my 100 day trip through the west coast. It rarely snows in southern Oregon, and when it does, it never lasts for long. Have to give it up to my family for putting so much in to the holidays.