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Photographing Death Valley

  Why Death Valley? Out of all the beautiful National and State Parks California has to offer this is probably the most inhospitable and least human friendly stretch of the Southwest desert. According to numerous sources hottest temperature on the…


Colorado Great Sand Dunes

Eight hours of hiking around the mountains of sand, one step forward two steps back toward never ending ridges swept by blasting grains of sand. This was a full Moon night, not ideal to capture the starry skies but a…

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Painted Hills, Oregon

Finally made it to the Painted Hills, Oregon. I’m a big fan of open spaces, symmetry and lots of leading lines not to mention stunning light during the spring showers. All prints are available for sale, prints in editions of…


Among the Shiwiars

As many of you know this spring I set off on a little adventure to spend a few weeks in the remote region of ¬†Pastaza in the Ecuadorian Amazon. During those weeks I shared day to day life with one…


Isla Holbox

One of the last unspoiled, tranquil gems of the Yucatan. Not to be sour but so much of it has been destroyed by organized tourism it is a miracle this village can maintain it’s chill Mexican/European backpacker scene.  


Los Pescadores de Taganga

As the morning fog begins to lift yielding to the first light of the day, dark shadows appear in the stone alley leading to the beach. It is about 5am as the fishermen gather to prepare for their day’s work….


Mummies of Guanajuato

It’s been a while since my visit to Guanajuato in central Mexico, just an hour or so from San Miguel de Allende (recently named #1 city to visit in 2013 by Conde Nast Traveler magazine).Over a hundred incredibly well preserved…