I took this photo a week before the Creek fire swept through my family’s property by Beasore meadows. Luckily, our family cabin is still standing and unharmed. I love how the tree in this image is growing through a space between the rock. It reminds that we grow and become stronger during the toughest times of our life. Here’s to hoping that those negatively impacted by the wildfires, can find strength and fortitude during these hard times. Enjoy!
I took this image at FFA creek up in the Sierra Nevada mountains. My family and I have visited this spot for many years and I always love seeing the formation of the rocks and nature’s beauty. I thought the way the rocks were stacked here made for an interesting image. Enjoy!
Walking in the Alabama hills can get hot in the Summer time, but it is definitely worth it. There are so many photo opportunities that you need to take your time and carefully compose your shot. In this image I like the structure of the rocks and how the sunlight creates interesting shadows.
Enjoy and keep on photographing!
Three years ago we photographed small rocks in a studio setting. This time I ask you to go outside and photograph rocks. Watch the light and the shadows! Take a look at the structure and don’t forget to have fun with this exercise!
I crossed Tioga pass and drove to a relatively small area called the Alabama hills, outside Lone Pine, CA. Many western have been filmed there in the 1950s and 60s. I found very interesting rock formations and even a few arches in this unique high desert landscape. Enjoy and create some great images!