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Intimate Landscape Photography

April 04, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
I've recently started looking for intimate landscape compositions when I'm out with my camera. I've always loved landscape photography and incorporating landscapes with other focal features, like mountain biking, architecture and nudes with my photography and viewing other photographers work. But there's something about focusing on one particular t...
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Protector

March 21, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
My underwater photography journey started out a few years ago by accident with my iPhone and a waterproof case in my swimming pool. A happy accident for sure! Since then I've been lucky enough to work with some great models. Two of my favorites are Kaycee and Linnea. Both are amazing solo artists, but together are on another level of amazing! Here'...
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Windmill

March 14, 2021  •  1 Comment
It wasn't until I met my wife in 2013 that I started traveling to the east coast. She's from the Boston area and typically flies back there once or twice a year to visit or shoot weddings (yes, she's a wedding photographer). We usually fly into Manchester, New Hampshire, but this particular time we flew into Rhode Island. We were there to shoot a w...
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Valley of Fire

March 25, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
My wife and I recently took a trip to Las Vegas to see Cher in concert (she LOVES Cher). But, Cher was apparently feeling under the weather and cancelled her show. My wife was NOT happy (but still LOVES Cher)! Sooo, that gave us an extra day to explore! YAY! We've never been to the Valley of Fire state park, so we decided to check it out. We were s...
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Route 66, Amboy, California

March 05, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
My wife and I took a slight detour on our way home from Las Vegas last weekend through Amboy, California, located on the historic Route 66 in the Mojave Desert. The town was founded in 1883 as a railroad station. U.S. Route 66 opened up in 1926, and then in 1938 Roy's Motel and Cafe was established. The population reached a whopping 65 by 1940 and...
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