The Winter landscape seem stark at first to some people, but the winder landscape carries its own special and unique beauty. Bad weather is a winter landscape photographer’s best friend. Winter storms and snow transform an otherwise stark landscape to one of mysterious beauty.
Wawona Photography — One hour. One-half acre.
Wawona, California is a small community located entirely within Yosemite National Park’s boundary. Most tourists drive past it without a second glance. They are usually on their way to or
A New Way of Being: Sheltering in Place
We made it through the first two weeks of living under the “shelter in place” restrictions of the Coronavirus pandemic. Gary and I are healthy and fine, hunkered down in
Winter into Spring: Yosemite’s annual transformation explored
Spring is one of my favorite seasons to thoroughly experience Yosemite National Park. Each month brings new, unique conditions and photographic opportunities. The following photographs were made
A Winter Snowstorm in Yosemite
A stunning four million people visit Yosemite National Park each year. Most plan their visit for the summer months, and the majority of those only spend their time in the
Japan: Part Three — Japanese Cranes
Symbolizing luck, longevity, and fidelity, the Red-Crowned Crane, commonly called the Japanese Crane, is beloved in Japan, and other Asian nations. Immortalized in Japanese culture as tanchōzuru (red mountain), it is a
Japan: Part Two — Whooper Swans
After several days of photographing and observing the fascinating Snow Monkeys on Japan’s mainland, which I wrote about in the first part of this blog series, our small band of photographers