Travel the world with me and my camera as I explore beautiful new locations. Although most of my landscape photographs are created close to my California home and Yosemite National Park, I also enjoy discovering and learning about other national parks and other states. Occasionally, I travel abroad with my camera to learn about new cultures and how they interact with the landscape.
A Mountain Girl Goes To Death Valley
“Standing there, gaping at this monstrous and inhumane spectacle of rock and cloud and sky and space, I feel a ridiculous greed and possessiveness come over me. I want to
Road trip! A photographic journey through seven states in a truck camper.
Journeys begin in all manner of ways. Ours began because of Covid-19. A year ago, I couldn’t have predicted that Gary and I would be happily cloistered in a
Out of Her Element: A Landscape Photographer Goes to Sea
“Let’s go to Europe this Summer! We’ll travel England and Germany, then head to Spain and spend a week on a yacht, cruising the Mediterranean!” Alas, my husband Gary’s enthusiasm
Spring Road Trip: Photographing the Desert
As road trips go, my April trip to Southern Utah and Arizona stacked up to be one of the more memorable ones. My husband and I hit the road with
Japan: Part Four — Eagles
Every winter some very special guests from Russia visit the island of Hokkaido, Japan — magnificent sea eagles. These gigantic birds migrate south from Siberia to spend their winters in a
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