We recently headed out to Joshua Tree to shoot with portable flash units. Our intention was to catch the moon rise then shoot the trees with light after the fact.
Early January 15, 2018 Shellyeah and I headed out to Anza-Borrego’s Palm Canyon Trail to photograph the parks iconic California Fan Palms. See the photos here.
Under the canopy of several California fan palms (Washingtonia filifera)
A few weeks ago, April 18, 2014 to be exact, we all gathered to celebrate my mother’s birthday. I can’t remember the name of the place but it was a good time. While most of these photos are of our latest addition Solana, it was in fact my mothers birthday.
We’re trying to visit, and photograph, all the National Parks in the US. On this trip, we marked off two. To skip this riff-raff and see photos only, click these Zion, Bryce Canyon, and Valley of Fire.
We started in Ridgecrest at the Motel 6, en route to June Lake, to photograph the Sierras from the back seat of the car. Now I’m sure we could’ve stayed at a place with a better neon sign and cool name like ‘China White Inn’ or whatever. To bypass this hurly-burly, click Photos.
The Perseids meteor shower is one of two reliable showers of the year. The Geminids is the other. This night had no moon interference and we finally got some good shots. View photos here.
For this trip, we forwent the meteor shower and looked at the flowers. Photos here.
At first, I wondered what we would do here. After three days, it was all about the Ocotillo. Find photos from this trip here. Continue reading