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Devils Garden Trail, Arches National Park

Devils Garden Trail, Arches National Park

Devils Garden Trail, Arches National Park
Devils Garden Trail, Arches National Park
Arches National Park has many short hiking trails, each visiting a wonderland of red rock fins. One of the long-ish trails is the Devils Garden Loop.
Devils Garden Trail, Arches National Park
The loop is 7 miles fantastic long, taking you through arches, up slick rock walls, along the tops of rock fins and through a labyrinth of magic.
Devils Garden Trail, Arches National Park
With out a doubt one of the most fun and interesting hikes ever.
Devils Garden Trail, Arches National Park
Here are a few more images!
Devils Garden Trail, Arches National Park

Devils Garden Trail, Arches National Park

Devils Garden Trail, Arches National Park

Devils Garden Trail, Arches National Park

Devils Garden Trail, Arches National Park

Devils Garden Trail, Arches National Park

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Tips for Taking Great Trail Photos

Tips for Taking Great Trail Photos

Copper Ridge North Cascades

1. The best light is in the morning and evening. Day hikes get you to your destination in the middle of the day. Plan your campsites to include the most scenic places. This may involve longer or shorter days that you would normally do, but it’s all worth it! A guide book is good for descriptions, you can get many great ideas of what and when to shoot but if I’ve never been to an area before, I…

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Left Fork Canyon, Zion National Park

Left Fork Canyon, Zion National Park

This has been officially added to my list of all time favorite hikes. Last week was my second visit and I was even more enamored than before…
Left Fork Canyon, Zion National Park
Sometimes known as the “Subway”, Left Fork Canyon is out of the main section of the park. To get there you need to go north on the Kolob Reservoir Road, out of Virgin. Permits are required for ANY hiking there, which is a wonderful thing as it makes for a…

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Antelope Canyon

Antelope CanyonEvery spring I take a trip to Utah to go canyoneering. last year, someone asked me if I’d ever visited Antelope Canyon, and I answered that I’d never even heard of the place. Soon after I had a look on-line and was stunned by the images.
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Antelope Canyon
So, this year I added it to the list of places to visit.
Antelope Canyon
Antelope Canyon

The canyon is in Page, Arizona, on the Navajo Indian Reservation. The only was to visit is to book a…

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Northwest Travel Magazine

Here is the cover of the March-April Northwest Travel Magazine, featuring one of my favorite tulip images…
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Here is my original image…
red tulips blue and orange sky

Next months issue will feature another cover shot I took, in the North Cascades National Park. Here is the image.Mount Logan from North Fork Bridge Creek, North Cascades National Park

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Sahale Camp Panoramas

Sahale Glacier Camp sits at the base of Sahale glacier atop 3 piles of rubble each crowned with a ring of stone. The views are breathtaking: a 180 degree sweeping view of the North Cascades, a sea of peaks stretching out to the horizon.
Sahale Glacier Campsahale camp sunset Panorama
I have visited many times and tried to capture the feel of the view. Here are several panoramas, some from sunrise, and several from sunset, each comprised of two…

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North Cascades Book

I just got word that these three images will be included in a new book about the North Cascades, due out in the Fall of 2014.
More details coming soon!

Camping-under-the-stars-NCNP Camping under the stars

Mt-Baker-and-Coleman-Glacier Mount Baker and Coleman Glacier

Sahale-Hiker-NCNP Hikers on Sahale Arm

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Skagit Valley Daffodils on Flickr.First Daffodil Fields blooming this year, in Skagit valley!

Skagit Valley Daffodils on Flickr.

First Daffodil Fields blooming this year, in Skagit valley!

Photo Workshops in April and May!