Things that keep me up at night: the knowledge that tens of thousands of years from now there will be new arches and valleys, spires and ledges - yet to be carved into existence by time’s relentless scalpel - that I won’t be around to witness. That and Amazon Prime.
Out of respect for the tribal members that have been kind enough to grant us permission to visit their home and land I will not be sharing the name or location of this arch. I’ve also been told that it has since been closed to all visitors until further notice. However, the greater Southwest is full of lesser known gems like this, many of which are found on public land where access isn’t an issue so get out there and keep exploring!
Our National Parks are on my mind today. If you must visit them during this shutdown, be respectful, pick up after yourself, and do what you can to preserve these natural wonders so we all can continue to enjoy them for years to come.
Red smoke in a frozen world
I've never done many portraits with props, or unnatural elements, but a few weeks ago I had the opportunity to do some work with smoke grenades, and I came away with some photos I'm super stoked about.
Today I turned 20! Ever since I can remember, I’ve been taking photos with my Mom. She taught me everything I know about photography and has inspired me to keep following my passion. When I was younger I would follow her through fields of flowers in the mountains of Colorado and take photos of everything (mostly flowers) with my little point and shoot. This is a photo from a few summers ago I never posted, doing exactly that, just this time with bigger cameras and better photos. Love you Mom ❤️
Reynisfjara. I was so excited to hit this spot and it rained on us the entire time we were there. Like, hard. So I couldn’t really utilize all of my gear or get any of the shots I had envisioned before arriving. This summer, I’m going back...
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